No sell store is protected from shoplifters, and nobody can censure them for doing all they can to stop theft.
That said, there’s a large disproportion between actively perplexing to forestall product detriment and accusing someone of hidden since of their competition — a doctrine 3 Old Navy employees schooled a tough approach final week when they busted a black customer’s experience. James Conley III was selling during one of a company’s stores in West Des Moines, Iowa, on Jan 30 when while profitable for his purchases, he was asked if he also wanted to buy a blue coupler he was wearing.
The 29-year-old explained he’d gotten a store code coupler as a Christmas gift, that should have finished a review right there. However, he says a store manager, Beau Carter, wasn’t confident with that answer, saying, “anytime someone wears Old Navy wardrobe they have to always indicate that customer’s wardrobe to safeguard that it was formerly purchased.”