If someone asked you if you were a criminal, you'd probably say no. And you'd probably believe it. Unless you're currently serving time at one of the fine institutions built to house such criminals. But, you'd be wrong!

According to a new survey, the average person breaks the law 260 times a year - or 5 times a week.  Granted these minor violations are not major crimes, but still illegal is illegal.

Check out these most common offenses and see how many you are guilty of breaking or have broken in the past.

Top 10 Most Common Laws People Break:

10: Jaywalking or crossing after the sign says "Don't Walk".

9: Taking condiments (ketchup/sauce/jelly packets, creamer, little single serving packets) from restaurants.

8: Taking supplies from your work.

7: Pocketing the money when you get the wrong amount of change.

6: Using someone else's WiFi without permission.

5: Downloading or sharing music illegally / without paying.

4: Falsifying income tax records / cheating on taxes.

3: Using your phone while driving (Texting and / or Talking).

2: Flipping cigarette butts or throwing trash on the ground / littering.

1: Speeding (more than 5 mph over the posted speed limit).