By Anonymous - Canada - Markham
Today, I went to the store to buy a phone I saw last week. I looked around a little first, then continued to the electronics section. I couldn't find the phone I saw, so I went to leave. Halfway to the exit, I was detained by security and grilled for ages over my "suspicious behaviour". FML
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  myusername83  |  10

No I was saying that he couldn't find what he came in for, and like most people would in that situation, he didn't go buy something he didn't need just to give the company business. It's wrong of the company to accuse him for stealing just because he didn't buy something

  zBLAKEz  |  23

Yeah, don't take your time looking for what you want. That's a horrible thing to do and you're a horrible person if you do it. If you're not in and out of a store in ten seconds with your items then you're automatically a waste of space.

Did I make it obvious enough that it's sarcasm or should I go on?

  thesinginguy  |  18

Did you know that Canada is actually in America? Because America is a continent, not a country. The United States of America is a country, not America. So this person was in no way wrong here.

  MissStephanie  |  10

46 does that mean all Canadians are Canadian American, and all Mexicans are Mexican American, hell what about in South America, then all of them could be considered Americans too? I'm kidding but what you said sure made me think a bit

  doctorhook86  |  24

#6: Considering both perspectives is always a good idea, but in this case, the other side is still reprehensible. "Innocent until proven guilty" is the foundation of justice, but the store assumed the OP was guilty before proving it.