Woman slammed for 'gross' act in supermarket but people are totally divided, with some admitting they do the same | The Sun09/29/2023
FROM biting our nails to going to bed with our makeup on, many of us are guilty of having bad habits.
But unfortunately for one reality show contestant, hers was aired on TV for everyone to see – and it's left the internet totally divided.
The woman named Patricija caused quite the stir with her supermarket etiquette when she appeared on Australian cooking show, 'My Kitchen Rules' – and some have even gone so far as to brand it "gross."
During the episode, she was seen rushing through a supermarket in Queensland in a bid to quickly find the ingredients she needed to rustle up the dishes for their Lithuanian menu.
While hurriedly grabbing the food products she needed to make her cold beetroot soup, Patricija picked up four bundles of shallots from the vegetable aisle.
But, as can often happen when you're in a rush, she accidentally dropped another bunch on the floor – and quickly picked them up and put them back on the shelf.
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And it's this action that has split opinion amongst viewers – with some saying it's "gross" and others admitting they would've done the same.
"It's just gross. I know we're supposed to wash our produce when we get it home from the supermarket, but no-one does it," wrote one.
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"So putting the fruit or veggies back on the shelf is just rude for other shoppers."
A second agreed: "I usually take it to a staff member and tell them it fell on the floor.
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"It's the right thing to do."
A third person, who had experienced something similar, penned: "Today at the grocery store I was approached by an employee who was angry that I put back the orange that my kid had knocked onto the floor.
"He went on about how he needed to rewash the 'contaminated' oranges now."
However, others defended Patricija and thought others were completely overreacting.
"I put it back. If I damaged it beyond sellable I'd show it to the produce guy and tell him I dropped it. Then move on with my shopping," commented one.
A further agreed: "I put it back. End of story."
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