Here’s what she did while shopping…

Anna Bagot, 60, was shopping in a Lidl when she ate the cashews to check the quality of the product. It was then that an English nurse confronted a staff member who accused her of stealing.

The nurse explained that she had previously bought an expired bag from the supermarket and wanted to taste it to confirm her next purchase. She explains that the theft charge “left her speechless”.


A Lidl spokesperson said: “We ask that you purchase the products before consuming them.”

For her part, the transgender woman found the moment “very cruel”. “I felt so intimidated. It wasn’t like I was eating my lunch; it was half a walnut. It was absolutely ridiculous,” she said.

In the context of the economic crisis, Anna Bagot justified her gesture and made it clear: “Nuts are a luxury and we cannot all risk money on food that can expire”. The cancer survivor added: “I’ve had 25 sessions of chemo and with everything going on in the world, a nut seems insignificant to me.”

For its part, the retail chain concluded its response by explaining that “if a customer is not satisfied with a product, we always encourage them to contact our customer service team.”

For Anna, the choice is made. “I will never go back after that,” she replied.

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