This story includes one overworked, tired cashier who despised the fact that he had to keep pointing out a strikingly obvious sign that read, ‘Leave your shopping cart outside’ to customers who did not go out of their way to read it. This story also involves a customer who worked at a liquor store and had to get a bunch of bottles for the upcoming holiday. So in simple terms, it included two minimum-wage workers who were not getting enough money for dealing with other people’s messes on a daily basis.
And they clashed. OP, the liquor store worker, waltzed in with a shopping cart, which he was told he was not allowed to use by the cashier who pointed at the sign. OP needed a lot of bottles, so this was less than ideal. To find out how he dealt with this frustrating situation, scroll below. Next up, a veteran employee who was more than willing to tank a company’s profits over one micromanager who furiously threatened to fire him for working 3 minutes less than he was supposed to.