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Customer or Checkout girl .

 

Sainsbury's customer shocked after checkout assistant refuses to serve her because she was on her mobile
  • Jo Clarke, 26, was at her local Sainsbury's in Crayford, south-east London
  • She said assistant should not have given her 'lecture on checkout etiquette


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2353581/Sainsburys-customer-shocked-checkout-assistant-refuses-serve-mobile.html

 

I will start by saying i think the cashiers in the wrong

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obviously

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lmao customer was right

 

she just wanted to be a c*nt

 

bet everyone on here has done the same

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Definitely cashier.

 

Was on my phone in a corner shop last week asked the guy 3 times for a lighter he just stood there blankly had to tell him about himself.

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It's very rude to talk on the phone in that situation. Imo

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its the 21st century mate

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can fully understand the cashier's anger but then again she is working at sainsburys so its probably best to keep ur head down

 

typical response from me i guess but immigrants are the worst for this shit

 

get disgusting hijab'd women that use our shop as a phone box

 

sitting on the kiosk chairs casually chatting for time until asked to fuck off

 

grinning to fuck 'sarry sarry' as they waddle out like they're winning

 

african woman the other day shouting the shop down on the phone, actually spendin money tho so was left to her rudeness

 

until uve got to deal with the public u cant ever fully understand the frustration

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Learn how to multi task

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I think its rude to be on your phone when beginning face to face contact with another person, give them the time of day and pick up on your conversation when your done. 

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I think its rude to be on your phone when beginning face to face contact with another person, give them the time of day and pick up on your conversation when your done. 

 

But shes a sainsburys cashier though  .

You dont need to give them the time of day , just a hello,thank you and goodbye

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Kaygee why did you delete your twitter I enjoyed our talks

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I think its rude to be on your phone when beginning face to face contact with another person, give them the time of day and pick up on your conversation when your done. 

 

But shes a sainsburys cashier though  .

You dont need to give them the time of day , just a hello,thank you and goodbye

Its just manners (imo), I've had people come into my shop on the phone and they kind of whisper a question at me before continuing the conversation. You would understand when you're in a position of serving, I could sit on the phone while I take your payment but that would be rude wouldn't it. 

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I think its rude to be on your phone when beginning face to face contact with another person, give them the time of day and pick up on your conversation when your done. 

 

But shes a sainsburys cashier though  .

You dont need to give them the time of day , just a hello,thank you and goodbye

Its just manners (imo), I've had people come into my shop on the phone and they kind of whisper a question at me before continuing the conversation. You would understand when you're in a position of serving, I could sit on the phone while I take your payment but that would be rude wouldn't it. 

 

It's different at a supermarket though, give them your stuff, you can still say hi / thanks etc.

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nah fuck that it aint rude i have my headphones on loud when im food shopping 

 

just scan my items bitch and give me some bags

 

its sainsburys not some local business ffs

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bullshit story 

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Umm I dunno, I always find myself ending calls when I get to check out. 

 

If i'm engaged in conversation I won't always see/hear that person trying to communicate with me and its unfair on them to have to repeat themselves or try and catch my attention. 

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really though how much are you talking to the checkout server

 

scan items

 

bag em

 

'right that'll be £x please'

 

swear that's the only contact you have with them? unless you're a regular and u have moderate bants with em cuz you've grown to know them but then you would terminate your call if that was the case 

 

sounds to me like a disgruntled employee in a shit job wanting some respect in their life

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Just ring the fucking items up you slag

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Just ring the f*cking items up you slag

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When I was at uni locals at the till would always try and drag me into some conversation with their thick, impenetrable midlands dialect. Only the old hardened racists on the night shift would serve me in silence.

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When I was at uni locals at the till would always try and drag me into some conversation with their thick, impenetrable midlands dialect. Only the old hardened racists on the night shift would serve me in silence.

Pmsl

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‘I ended my call swiftly, and said to the lady on the checkout, “Apologies, I didn’t realise that it was Sainsbury’s policy that you are unable to use your phone at the checkout”.

‘She said “You learn something new every day”.’ Miss Clarke checked with the customer services desk on leaving the store and was told there was no such policy.













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It's very rude to talk on the phone in that situation. Imo

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what respect do they hold they have a low level job

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