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Lidl shopper 'can't go back' after basket blunder at checkout

Nottinghamshire Live logo Nottinghamshire Live 27/09/2022 Joel Moore

A Lidl shopper was left mortified after she saw what was in her basket at the checkout. The woman was so embarrassed by the hilarious ordeal, she says she can 'never go back'.

She went to the Lidl checkout with good intentions, reports Manchester Evening News. But what transpired next left her red-faced.

The shopper detailed her hilarious yet horrifying experience on the Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas Facebook group.

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The customer explained: "I don’t think I can ever go back to Lidl again! Bloke in front of me had a shed load of booze in his trolley. Friendly cashier asks, 'having a party, sir?' Upon my purchase of a mini bottle of Prosecco I pipe up 'I’m having a party too! Woohoo!'"

She continued: "Then realise I have one other item in my basket.. a cucumber... Friendly cashier looks at me, I look at him, then I, predictably, get a massive laugh attack and can hardly breathe to pay the poor man. RIP my time at Lidl."

At the time of the posting, the post racked up thousands of likes and more than 500 comments. Some Facebook users even took to the comment section to share their own similar embarrassing shopping stories - while others were simply left in hysterics.

One usher gushed: "As a cashier, we love customers like you! You’re definitely going to be more than welcome back! So few customers have a wicked sense of humour..." A second person replied: "I just read that in a restaurant and now cannot stop laughing. It’s the gift that keeps on giving…"

A third added: "That’s so funny at least you have given everyone an unforgettable shopping experience lol." "Enjoy your party!" A fourth commented.

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