People left horrified by Lidl shopper’s ‘criminal’ behaviour at checkout till

A Lidl shopper has left people horrified by his 'criminal' behaviour at the supermarket's checkout till.

Many shoppers have been shamed in the past for what they've bought but this time it's not the items the man has purchased that's causing a problem with people.

It's what he's done with them that's leaving people feeling sick and quite worried.

And when you see the picture that @glenford87 snapped at the Whitburn store you can straight away see the problem.

The man has placed his croissant directly on the conveyor belt. But he obviously thinks more of his cookie because he has managed to delicately balance that on top of the croissant and microwave rice keeping it away from germs.

Now in any other 'normal' time people may have been a little less forgiving but the fact we are in the middle of a pandemic has sent people crazy with one person branding the shopper a "caveman" for his actions telling him to "put your s**t in a bag".

Others said his actions had "ruined" their day and one person went even further to suggest that "this is why we got a pandemic".

Others point out that the conveyor belt may never have been cleaned. Urgh!

One person tweeted: " IT'S A PANDEMIC and he's slapping his all butter croissant on the checkout like this."

Another said:"No bags just germs and vibes."

Someone else wrote: "Is it because NHS is free or what? What is this behaviour?"

While another tweeted: "It's the balancing of the cookie for me. Honestly one of the funniest things ever."

And somebody else simply used a 'sick' emoji and said: "Surely not."

Last month student Isabelle Wheaton was left “traumatised” after finding a lizard head in a vegan meal from Lidl.

Isabelle, 20, was tucking into the vegan Bolognese with twin sister Megan and mum Polly, 47, when she saw the reptile’s scaly head in the sauce.

Mum Polly – who bought the offending sauce jar from a branch in Essex – said she was “revolted” by the discovery.

Lidl apologised.

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