Sat. May 21st, 2022

The Woolworths customer’s CURRENT actions are called up as staff reveal the behaviors they claim are endangering their health and safety

  • Woolworths workers have online criticized waste customers as “eligible pigs”.
  • An employee shared a photo of a half-eaten kebab found in one of the stores
  • They said customers leaving food risked staff health under Omicron
  • Commentators shared food and beverages they found in stores, calling garbage brother up










Woolworths workers have slammed ‘disgusting’ customers who leave stolen and half-eaten food around their shops and endanger staff health.

Supermarket employees on a popular unofficial Facebook group have posted the stomach-eating half-eaten food customers leave on the shelves.

A picture showing a half-eaten kebab, which the member said was hidden behind products in a Coffs Harbor’s Woolworths, sparked outcry among sick staff.

The satiated shopkeeper labeled customers scattering the shop like ‘pigs’ without caring for the well-being of the workers.

Woolworths employees are up in arms after a picture of a half-eaten kebab found in a store was posted online

Woolworths employees are up in arms after a picture of a half-eaten kebab found in a store was posted online

“Will the pig who hid this behind the biscuits tonight please shop somewhere else?”, They wrote.

‘I’m tired of putting my health at risk as a night-full team member in these uncertain times where I pick out saliva-ridden sushi packs, banana skins and leftover half-eaten food from wildlife.’

She also wrote how stolen beverages strewn around the store also pose a risk to hard-working staff.

“Let’s not forget the remaining coffee and juice cups and empty soda cans that were consumed in the store without paying,” she said.

People leaving their often stolen half-eaten goods around supermarkets were hailed as 'eligible pigs' who risk the well-being of staff during the Omicron outbreak

People leaving their often stolen half-eaten goods around supermarkets were hailed as ‘eligible pigs’ who risk the well-being of staff during the Omicron outbreak

“May I propose a temporary ban on eating, drinking and free food in these Covid times, where staff welfare should be a priority?” he added.

Other team members criticized the waste customers as ‘justified’ and shared their own stories of waste they have found.

‘The amount of things people leave behind has just gotten worse in the last year. ‘Every night I find half-eaten food, half-empty coffee and so many empty packages from theft,’ wrote one member.

“I find apple cores, half-eaten donuts, etc. – responsible customers can not be impressed with their experience,” said another.

Woolworths has been made aware of the problem and has stated that hygiene remains a high priority in all their stores

Woolworths has been made aware of the problem and has stated that hygiene remains a high priority in all their stores

One user added a picture of a half-eaten box of Shapes and empty dip they found tucked away in a store.

It is understood that there are trash cans located in all of Woolworths near entrances and exits.

Woolworths has been made aware of the problem and told Yahoo News that hygiene is a top priority.

“As a retailer of fresh food, we have high standards of cleanliness and hygiene across our stores and are disappointed with these reports of waste,” a spokesman said.

“Our stores are cleaned daily by professional cleaning assistants, and our team members perform random sampling throughout the store several times a day.

“As our team members work hard to service our customers and rebuild inventory, we ask customers to be aware of their impact and take all waste with them.”

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