Well, at least he was honest!
*slowly puts away my hat and my glasses*
Uuuum! Ok, that's creepy. (and sorta flattering in a weird way, but mostly creepy)
It's 100% creepy. Like, unmarked white van, creepy.
"Did you tell anyone you'd be here today? Why am i asking? No reason..."
Maybe he was being sarcastic... otherwise he was a creep. O_O A major one at that!
No, I'm pretty sure he was dead serious. I'm a sarcastic lady. This guy. This guy stared at me. Was speaking incoherently. And ran away when I called my manager.
Yeah ain't nothing flattering about that.
Maybe he was tryin to chat you up *adds "No I'm just here to watch you" to book of pickup lines*. Lol, but seriously, that's weird!
@King Danner. He started yelling at my co-worker who was trying to make sure he'd stop bothering me. He was a garden variety psycho.
Eesh, that is pretty creepy.
Sounds more like a guy with some kind of aggressive schizophrenia, or some other kind of social disability.
My manager is fantastic. Even though the guy ran away and it was broad day light, he checked the area before I left. There were several witnesses. Next step is checking the cameras to see if it's someone who comes in often (most of our customers are regular). And they'll take it from there.
Be careful Littlefish, this is a very dangerous world we live in. If he pops up again, jus call the police.
DD: Please take care until it gets sorted out. Has this ever happened before?
I'll be fine. My managers are extremely good at identifying and banning these kind of people. It's highly improbable he knows where I live or anything like that.
@leiaheiday. From this particular guy, not that I know of. But we've had to boot strange people a couple times over the course of my time there.
What do you do for a job? Sounds dangerous!
I both cashier and stock produce at a small, neighborhood, corner grocer. I am on a first name basis with most of the customers, see them outside of work, and would pull their weeds if they asked me. They are my neighbors. But we have some crazies around here, too.
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