I was at Walmart on July 5th. I was checking out. I had 3 little boys with me all under the age of 9. I had all of my grocery on the check out counter and I had a case of beer on bottom of the buggy. Well, I tell my kids to stand by the buggy,1, so they are not in the way and 2, so no one pick my kids up and hit the door before I can reach them. So this lady had already bagged and rang up all of my stuff except for the beer. She goes to ring it up and then throws her hands in the air and says she can't ring the beer up because of the kid's foot that had touched the box.
I asked her to please ring the beer up so we could leave and she couldn't because it was the law. She couldn't sell it to me even if I took the kids to the car. She said it was the law and she could lose her job. This is the most *** thing I have ever heard. I told her so. She acted like I was buying the beer for them. Mind you, they were all under 9 years old. She was showing out like I had done something wrong in front of God and everybody.
I have tried to call the Walmart there to talk to the management and no one comes to the phone. I will not be going back to this Walmart store ever again. I have been going to this store for the past 15 years. I go 2 or 3 times a week. I spend 2 or 3 hundred dollars a week there. I don't ever drink beer but the point is she acted like a crazy person. I don't ever like to buy beer, but my husband works and he likes to drink so I pick it up for him. She made me feel like I was trying to buy beer for the kids. I was very angry. Had I thought about it, I would have just left her with the whole buggy and the stuff to put up. I just wanted someone to know because I was very upset and can't get anyone on the phone.