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Disabled Cashier Smashes A Customer’s Groceries, Then She Reaches Out To His Boss On Social Media

A woman went to a grocery store and got on the checkout line. Her cashier squashed her bread, counted out bags to her five times and had to count her money several times. She quickly took to social media to post a letter to his bosses. She couldn't praise them enough.

A woman from Norfolk, England known only as Emma went to a Tesco grocery store. She says she noticed a cashier with no customers and she started piling things on the conveyor belt. The young man greeted her and told her his name was Rob.

Rob scanned her groceries before she could get them all up, causing a bit of a pile up. He had to repeatedly count shopping bags and money. He even squashed her loaf of bread.

Emma wrote a letter to Rob's employers, but not to complain. She wanted to praise both Rob, and Tesco.

Emma said that, despite the minor problems, 'every moment of that was just perfect.'

"I asked him how he was finding the job and he chatted a bit about his experience of Tesco and how they had given him an opportunity many other employers hadn’t," she wrote. “See this guy is Autistic. As a mother of a 12 year Autistic boy this makes my heart smile. Changing attitudes teamed with employers, like you, who really do offer equal opportunities are a changing people’s lives."

"So thank you Tesco," Emma concluded. "It was a pleasure shopping with you today."

Source: Little Things
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