Dorthy Sutton, a Walmart customer, posted a video on TikTok reminding all her followers to always check their purchase receipts before leaving the store. And it is that
the woman said she was charged $150 for a couple of bananas.
In other words, each one cost $75 dollars.
The Shreveport, Louisiana, woman, who creates digital content related to health and wellness, posted a video on TikTok in which she claims to have paid $150 for a couple of loose bananas.
To support his claim and prove the truth of his story, he showed the corresponding receipt.
“Check your receipts before you leave the store,” Sutton wrote in a text that appeared on her 43-second video.
The video has already been viewed more than 40,100 times since it was uploaded on Sunday, May 7..
In the video, Sutton initially incorrectly lists raspberries as the additional charge, but later corrected her mistake to acknowledge that she was charged $150.86 for two bananas.
These bananas were listed as “site merchandise” in the itemized itemization of the receipt, just below the order line for the raspberries.
Leaving the Walmart Supercenter in Shreveport on Saturday, May 6 at 2:56 p.m., Sutton’s receipt reveals that
the total of your purchase of 27 items amounted to $316.54 dollars.
“I walk all the way out of the store to my car, almost to my car, and I’m like, ‘I wonder how much I paid.’ I didn’t even look, and I was like, ‘Why is he so tall? I hardly bought anything,'” Sutton recalled in the video of her.
In the video’s caption, Sutton wrote that the
Walmart Supercenter of Shreveport paid him back after returning to the store to claim the charge.
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