Barista beats up customers trying to pay for clothes

According to a Target Starbucks barista’s viral TikTok, not all registers are created equal.

The video posted by @xoxpris calls out to customers bringing their Target merchandise to her for checkout and has garnered 45,600 views on the platform.

“Go back to that long ass like,” the video is captioned.

Some customers responded in the video’s comments section that they had no idea this was some sort of inconvenience – a till is a till. However, as previously reported by the Daily Dot, not every area of ​​a retail store has the necessary equipment at every checkout to facilitate the sale of all goods.

“Shouldn’t we do this,” wrote one commenter.

“Highkey does, but only if I buy something from the electronics department,” wrote one commenter.

“It’s not even a real Startbucks!” wrote another commenter. “It’s a goal! Pay where there is a cash register.”

Others shared their own experiences with customers trying to check out in different store sections, even different retailers.

“I work at Sephora within JCPenney and there are always customers who come in with a bunch of clothes,” wrote one commenter. “Like I signed up to be a beauty consultant.”

“They do this at the pharmacy too and get really mad if I don’t call for them,” wrote another commenter.

“I was working at a register and a guest was yelling at cafe tm because they said they couldn’t do returns, that they had to go to guest services,” wrote one commenter.

The Daily Dot has reached out to @xoxpris via a comment on the video and directly to Target regarding the video.

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*Initial publication: March 19, 2022 10:53 am CDT

Brooke Sjoberg

Brooke Sjoberg is a freelance writer for the Daily Dot. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin in 2020.

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