I can't shop here again because they are closing, but if they weren't, I sure as heck won't.
A chain supermarket is closing all it's stores. I went and the only thing left worth buying were boxes of Jello. The price tag says .49 cents, but when I went to the self-checkout, the price rang up as $1.39. OK. The store is a mess and maybe I was mistaken about the price tag. I canceled the transaction so I can go back to the shelf to check. All of a sudden, an employee yelled and berated me in front of the entire store about how I'm using the self-checkout to check prices and I can't do that and I'm tying up the machine, etc. etc. Before I can correct her, she turned to another customer and I didn't get a chance to say a word. I wouldn't even have minded if she said "please don't use that to check prices" so I could have told her the real story, but she had to embarrass me and made me (wrongly) appear like a jerk in front of all the other customers. I had been sorry the chain was closing and all those people losing their jobs, but that's no excuse to be mean. Way to make a *wonderful* (sarcasm) last impression.
No use calling the manager since they are closing anyway. But I wish I had just interrupted her so she can learn a lesson about assumptions for the future, but I just wanted to get out of there, I was shaking so much.