Sneak's go-to baked beans emporium Sainsbury's will serve people that arrive at its tills while talking on a mobile phone.
This is good news for Sneak, a man who at times has been bee-keeping, sleeping, riding a scooter, plotting a star chart, riding a bull, and making a ship in a bottle at checkouts in the past, and enjoys the freedom of doing whatever he wants, no matter who he is dealing with.
Sneak has his right to let his attention wander thanks to a lady called Jo, who was on her phone when she got to the checkout in her local store.
"I was standing at the foot of the till waiting to bag my shopping up, yet the lady on the checkout was just staring at me," said Jo Clarke to the Metro newspaper about the incident.
"I ended my call swiftly and said to the lady on the checkout, ‘Apologies, I didn't realise that it was Sainsbury's policy that you are unable to use your phone at the checkout,' and she said, ‘Well you learn something new every day,'."
Sneak asked Sainsbury's, while he was playing Ping Pong, doing a Sudoku, and wrestling an alligator, for the official policy on mobile phones at the till, and was told that the firm will serve people whether they are on a phone or not.
"It's clear that this story has touched a nerve as the weight of discussion and comment indicates," added a spokesperson.
"Whilst we appreciate the points made, given Ms Clarke was unhappy with our service, we did feel it was appropriate to apologise to her."
Well that's good. Any chance of a free tin of baked beans?
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