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Every now and then my wife and I stop at this station instead of the one across the street from us to get gas on the way home from work at night, and it's a pretty straightforward process usually. Tonight - a few minutes ago, actually - my wife stopped at this location alone and the person working the register (identified as Rohi) accosted her, accused her of shoplifting and followed her outside. I understand that when someone is working alone in a convenience store, it's hard to keep track of everything and everyone, especially if you're at the register, but it's NOT cool to hound a customer until they either buy something or feel pressured to leave just because you have "something to do". It's DEFINITELY not cool to imply someone either has or is going to commit a crime because their presence inconveniences you. I'm sure you have something to do besides ring people up and whatever, but that is ALSO part of your job. If there aren't enough people to handle both, that's not on me or any other customer - take that up with management. There are ways to approach customers if you have concerns that don't result in me getting anxious phone calls in the middle of the night from a woman whose only crime is not being sure if we had milk or whatever at home.
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