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Aldi Worker Spends 15 Minutes Telling Man To Move Car That Isn't His

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Aldi Worker Spends 15 Minutes Telling Man To Move Car That Isn't His

An Aldi worker berated a customer for 15 strange minutes, demanding he move a car that wasn't even his. Watch the bizarre exchange below:

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In footage taken outside the popular budget supermarket in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, the man can be seen standing next to an irate employee in a blue t-shirt.

She asks him to move a silver car parked in front of the store, for which the man tells her he doesn't have the keys.

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"Instead of arguing with me, move your car so I can go and get on with my work," she orders the man.

"You want me to move that car?" he says, pointing to the silver vehicle.

She replies: "Yes."

"But I haven't got a key for it," he tries to tell her.

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The man tried to explain that it wasn't his car. Credit: MEN MEDIA
The man tried to explain that it wasn't his car. Credit: MEN MEDIA

The Aldi employee then says: "Is it your car?"

"No," he says.

When asked whose car it is, the understandably confused man then laughs, replying: "How should I know?"

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She then asks him which car is his, with the man pointing to a vehicle at the opposite end of the car park.

But not wanting to be proven wrong, the employee doubles down and tells him that he still needs to move the car that actually belongs to him.

Clearly tired of arguing with her, the man heads off to move his motor.

The woman still insisted he move his car even when she realised the mix-up. Credit: MEN MEDIA
The woman still insisted he move his car even when she realised the mix-up. Credit: MEN MEDIA
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According to the woman who filmed the strange incident, the worker kept him there for a good 15 minutes.

Since the video was shared on social media, it has been viewed thousands of times, with people piling into the comments to praise the man for keeping so calm.

One user wrote: "Wow he did well bless him, that would not have been my reaction.

"No need at all and even when she realised it wasn't his car, she still insisted he should move his car when clearly that wasn't the car she wanted moving in the first place.

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"Customer service course anyone?"

While another added: "£100 Aldi voucher for the stupid staff rant."

A spokeswoman for Aldi has since apologised for the 'misunderstanding'.

She said: "We apologise to the customer for any upset that may have been caused by this misunderstanding."

Featured Image Credit: Reach

Topics: Viral, Aldi, Yorkshire, Funny, supermarket, Twitter, Weird

Dominic Smithers
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