In a Lidl branch in Oldenburg there was a heated argument between two customers.
The reason for this: The company of one of the woman.
Two customers clashed in a Lidl branch in Oldenburg.
The reason for this was the company of the others.
There should have been insults.
Oldenburg - A woman in
So far nothing unusual.
But when she innocently by a
discount chain Lidl *
strolled her was because of a
almost breath away - more specifically because of the
She had her
when she went shopping.
However, in most German supermarkets, in order
, it is forbidden to bring your four-legged friends.
So it came to a violent argument between the two women.
Lidl: Violent argument between two customers - guilt is the company of one
in the middle between the refrigerated shelf, meat counter and vegetable department, in which most of the goods are open and unpacked.
When the customer saw this, according to moin.de, she was completely outraged because: the
pet owner kept
the dog on a long leash
through the supermarket.
This was also apparently not an
, as is usually the only exception allowed in grocery stores.
The angry lady spoke to the owner and there was a violent
between the two customers.
Above all, the woman with the dog and her acquaintance, who was also out with her, are said to
They are said to have even asked them to go to the checkout for information.
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Lidl: Violent argument between two customers - the woman had her dog with her
Completely stunned, the customer later expressed herself in a conversation with
, there was
no medical need,
" she said.
However, in some cases this breed of dog is also used for other types of handicaps.
Ultimately, the whole thing could not be resolved.
Nevertheless, the main thing that struck the woman was that the owner had
on a short leash
: “I don't want to
if dogs have licked it beforehand,” she continued.
According to the report, Lidl also commented on the incident and stated that it was allowed to
bring a demonstrably trained assistance dog into the branches.
would also like to
customers with disabilities
shop comfortably and easily,” said a spokesman.
However, care should be taken that the animal does not come into contact with food while shopping.
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