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Lidl sign on dessert counter with padlock causes disreputable comments

2023-12-04T08:37:12.875Z

Highlights: Lidl sign on dessert counter with padlock causes disreputable comments. Lidl notice hangs under a padlock with the words: "We are happy to be able to serve you from behind. Thanks, please ask" The display case, which is accessible from both sides, is locked at the front for some reason. However, the print from behind makes for amusing comments. "That's because the freshest croissants are always at the bottom," one writes with a wink.



Status: 04.12.2023, 09:25 a.m.

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If that doesn't backfire, in the truest sense of the word. A Lidl sign makes for disreputable comments.

London – If you go to a discount store, you will experience many surprises. When shopping, all kinds of bizarre things can take place. What attracts special attention are notices and notices that are received differently by customers. Most of the time, it's well-intentioned information from the discounter that makes customers foam. Or, like at a Lidl, to disreputable sayings.

Lidl sign with unfortunate language causes disreputable comments

A Brit photographed a sign that caused him slightly grubby thoughts, it reminds him of another sign from England. At a dessert counter – here are doughnuts or donuts – a sign hangs under a padlock with the words: "We are happy to be able to serve you from behind. Thanks, please ask." Somewhat unfortunate way of putting it. What the Lidl notice actually means: The display case, which is accessible from both sides, is locked at the front for some reason and a Lidl employee serves from the other side. However, the print from behind makes for amusing comments.

Not only the Lidl sign, but also the padlock makes comments

"That's because the freshest croissants are always at the bottom," one writes with a wink. Another thought he had identified the real reason for the padlock. "That's a castle, I know inflation is bad, but how expensive is this pastry?" speculates the user with regard to possible thieves. Another says, probably as a proctologist joke: "Hopefully they're wearing rubber gloves." Another user wrote: "At least they're polite." In the end, the operation "from behind" will be half as wild as it is reeled off in the imaginative minds of the customers.

Since the Corona period, many signs of this type seem to have become fashionable. Or customers have been made aware of it much sooner. A discount sign about Actimel caused a stir in the late summer of this year, but a sign failure that not everyone had recognized at first glance was also a topic of conversation.

Source: merkur

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