Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 4:42 PM
also some of the chicken-steaks, (the ones who are 3 for £2), seemed
to have been thawned and then frozen again.
Also the deaf customer was also almost blind, it seemed.
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From: Erik Ribsskog <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 4:39 PM
I was at your shop in Rice Lane, in Liverpool, today.
An old, deaf guy, was in front of me, in the queue.
The Cashier, (Megan, it says on the receipt), didn't run after the old
guy when he forgot his milk.
I had to run after him.
Also, a brunette Farmfoods-woman didn't open another till when the
deaf guy was there.
I explained I'd worked in a hyper-market, so I was used to run after
customers that forgot stuff.
But Megan didn't thank me.
Why do the customers have to run after people who forget stuff in your
shops, I was wondering?
Why does your staff stand and look on the queue behind old and deaf
guys, (like the guy who forgot the milk seemed to be)?