Workers at British supermarket Tesco say it's a kick in the teeth after they worked tirelessly to supply the UK with essential food and supplies during lockdown.
When the big supermarkets let you down, the humble corner shop always has your back.
"My mum jokes that I need a police escort to work."
The man was allegedly harboring $8,000 in stolen merch, including a 17-pound wheel of artisan cheese that still had its $395 price tag.
Stop & Shop's Marty is equipped with cameras, but the grocery store claims they're for identifying spills, not recording video of customers.
VICE has found cases of Sainsbury’s switching glass bottles for plastic, while other major supermarkets are thinning plastic packaging, rather than removing it.
I look at the exorbitant prices as my penance for the inability to make a decision in bigger stores.
Apparently it was supposed to be a windmill.
This puts a whole new spin on “impulse buys.”
The man, who walks with a stick, reportedly told security “where to stick it.”
We asked a bunch of philosophers how guilty you should feel for scanning expensive avocados as cheap-as-hell carrots.
Some people played Snake on their phones; some people committed felonies.