A shopper has been filmed verbally abusing and coughing in an Aldi worker’s face as people are panic buying amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
An onlooker in an Aldi store in Sydney, Australia, has filmed a shopper venting frustratedly at an Aldi worker, which took place over the weekend.
An unidentified woman is shown accusing a male employee of stealing a hundred dollar note from her purse.
The woman has her back to the camera as she rants and raves at the employee; she is shown asking him: “Where’s the hundred dollars you just grabbed out of my hand?”.
Before the member of staff even has a chance of defending himself the woman yells over the top of him: “Mate, I just had f***ing hundreds in my hand, where is it?”.
She screams: “Where the f*** is it?”
Although the employee persists that they had nothing to do with the woman’s missing money, she continues to explode.
At one point she is heard shouting: “Get it out of your f***ing till, c***!!”.
Following this, the woman’s behaviour becomes threatening to the male employee as she leans in to cough in his face – breaking a number of social distancing policies in Australia – and he is shown to be shielding himself with catalogues.
The woman then precedes to march out of the storm, adding: “You f***ing grubs!”.
The post has since racked up 428,000 views, over 15,000 comments and more than 10,000 shares.
People were horrified by the footage and one commented: “Well ain’t she classy”.
Another said: “That thing should self-isolate permanently”.
Meanwhile, a man filming himself licking entire supermarket shelves has gone viral as people are appalled by his behaviour.