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    Walmart Loss Prevention Powderpoon Gets Emasculated By Customer After Hassling Shopper Who Paid

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    There’s nothing worse than a Walmart loss prevention employee who thinks they have more authority than they actually do. Watch and observe this powderpoon get owned by a lady who just bought a bunch of shit at a Minnesota Walmart and was accused of stealing:

    Hero of the day right here ladies and gentlemen:

    Her name is Gina Lescarbeau, and she lived the dream. She said EXACTLY what I wanted her to say during that exchange. It’s so rare when that happens. The only crime committed was the fact that she videotaped vertically. Can’t believe that’s still a thing people do. Inexcusable.

    Personally, I would’ve just gone right through his ass. Dude has ZERO TRAINING in restraints. He has no authority whatsoever to put his hands on you. Just keep going with YOUR property. If you’re a guy and he touches you then you kick his ass. If you’re a chick then you scream rape. Problem solved.

    Seriously though, the arrogance of this alwhino:

    “Let’s go to my office”

    Yea, seems like a great place to fingerblasted by frosty the no tan.

    Bitch you’re wearing mesh shorts with a backwards hat. You don’t have an office. You have a corner with a leaky roof and a weak wifi signal. You’re getting paid $10 an hour to be an asshole. People who get paid $10 don’t have an office, and they certainly can’t make legitimate customers go back there with them because they’re on a temporary power trip. See all the shit in that cart? That’s all legally my property. You need to get the fuck out of my way because the freedom cart doesn’t stop for bleached assholes like you.

    And it makes you wonder how many people he’s done this too who weren’t bad ass bitches like Gina. I know tons of people who would’ve just agreed to go to this guy’s lair, been forced to sit there for an hour while they called the cops, only to be released once they realized that they made a gigantic mistake.

    Of course the most insane part about this is that all he had to do was look at the receipt, see that a stuffed lion was listed on it, and then let the lady go. Not captain dipshit though. He went on Walmart.com to see how much it cost, because he was trying to get her in a “gotcha” situation.

    He creamed his mess shorts so hard when he saw that it was listed at $15. But yet she only paid $7 for it. So clearly she must have a magical scanner that can alter prices at the cash register.

    The worst part was that even when he realized how wrong he was, he didn’t have it in him to just take the L, apologize and move on. Instead he said this:

    I don’t have time for this.”

    Just to review. This guy is paid to stop people from stealing. He chose to hassle this lady, go online, and look up prices. He had time for all of that, but he didn’t have time to simply look at the receipt, realized she paid for the lion, and move on with his day. Way too busy.

    Of course “I don’t have time for this” is millenial for, “I’m so sorry Ms. I was trying to prevent a theft and screwed up royally. If you’d like I can get the manager and we’ll give you a gift card for your troubles, since you’re such a valued customer. Once again, I’m wicked sorry. We don’t want to lose your business.”

    We all make mistakes. But it’s about manning up and admitting when you’re wrong.

    Instead he kept pressing the issue:

    “Keep cussing at me, see where it’s gonna get ya.”

    Her response was a work of art:

    “Where am I gonna go to? Cussing jail?”

    The fact of that matter is we are talking about Walmart here. A multi-billion dollar corporation, swimming in cash, that puts tons of mom and pop shops out of business. And they’re this fucking cheap. Harassing some lady over whether she paid $15 or $7 for a stuffed animal. Who gives a shit? Let’s say she stole $15 worth of shit. Who cares? She’s got a cartload of stuff she paid for and she’s a regular customer. That’s worth so much more than $15. What a stupid way to run a business.

    Newsflash loss prevention people at Walmart – you’re not paid to care. If you save the store thousands of dollars a day by catching shoplifters, they’re not going to give you a bonus. They should, since that’s your relative worth to the company. But they’re not getting shit. Maybe an employee of the month laminated piece of paper. If some people get by with some shit, you get paid the same regardless. Since you’re not gonna be rewarded for outstanding work, stop trying to be outstanding. Just do the bare minimum. That’s the Walmart way.

    Anyway, if there’s anyone that deserves to be fired it’s this guy. The only thing he can’t prevent the loss of his job.

     

     

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    Discussion

    1. Fuckface McFaggot


      Is that the Gingers have Souls kid?

      Things have only gone further downhill for him it would seem

      1. phong


        That ginger kid turned tranny. Funniest thing ever.

    2. aDdm


      I’m really not sure if Turtleboy quite understands how shrinkage in retail works. You come off sounding like it’s okay to shoplift because it’s some big corporate store. Why is it okay to steal from those stores but not okay from smaller ones? Regardless of what you personally feel, the outcome isn’t going to be any different for either one – which is higher prices and less services.

      And by the way, the only “small” businesses that were heavily affected from WalMart coming into the Worcester Area were the massive regional retail chains (Bradlees, Caldor, Ames, The Fair, etc.) which were really no different in size and scope.

      And if you’re wondering, yes I do feel the loss prevention guy didn’t exercise any common sense and got a little too brash (though to be fair, there are shoplifters out there who are pretty damned clever). A simple quick look at the receipt would’ve been good enough. If he felt that she did something sneaky, he could have just alerted the manager to keep a watchful eye on her next time she comes to the store.

      1. your name here


        Turtlestain doesn’t understand much. Doesn’t understand shrinkage. Doesn’t understand Shopkeeper’s Privilege, and doesn’t generally understand intellectual property.

        1. Stunt Pennie


          TB understands shrinkage, but only the kind that happens when you jump into a pool of ice water in your birthday suit. 🙂

    3. Transplant


      Someone knows who this fat fuck is, NAME AND SHAME, NAME AND SHAME!

      1. Pam


        His name is Kenny Swanson-Peck and he works at the Walmart in Burnsville, Minnesota. It’s located on 12220 River Ridge Blvd. Or call the store (952) 356-0018.

    4. JimB


      The Ginger loss provention guy might be the BIGEST DOUCHETRAIN I have every seen….. what a total bag of dick he for being such a dummy to have to walk around

    5. They call me Ponch


      Ma’am I see you have the His/Hers KY in your cart…..

      Give him the smiley face apron……you are now a greeter.

      Actually, fire his ass.

    6. Amy


      Wal-Mart is famous for this. I personally have been stopped for “stealing” when I paid for every item. I’ve had it happen to friends and family as well.

    7. FA


      The article was just copy pastes of reddit comments about this story

    8. Turtleboysucks


      you have been posting the dumbest shit lately

    9. Chuck D.


      Fat Ginger dough-boy was arrogant, loud and rude as hell.

      “keep cussing at me and see where it gets you” “good then leave” What an asshat.

      He couldn’t even apologize. A big fat dyke with thick glasses stopped me at Walmart with a gallon of motor oil and a gallon of milk. Had to put them both on the floor and show her the receipt. Her shit eating grin vanished when she saw the receipt.

    10. Cartman


    11. Kevin Lynch


      When they stop me as I’m leaving Wally World, I just pull out my prick and scream that they’re homophobes! I always get away with my K-Y and turkey baster!

    12. Publius


      Walmart on Tobias way may be the highest crime block in Worcester County. Shoplifting, drug dealing prodtitution, assaults. Cannot imagine being loss prevention at Walmart.

    13. Sick & Tired


      Walmart here in Worcester has someone at the door sometimes and asks to see the receipt. But it seems like they mostly ask old and frail people for their receipt. I know as I am 74 and very short. I have been asked for my receipt many times when everything was bagged and had other customers walk right by us with things like bicycles and TV.s
      My answer now is NO get a manager and the police here now and I will be happy to show it after you have me arrested. Sick and tired of being hassled because I am old and frail.

      1. Fatty Arbuckle


        You tell ’em, grandma!

    14. Party Randy


      This red faced asshole failed the test when he applied to be a mall cop.

    15. Long Arm of the Law


      The Long Arm of the Law has practiced in the art of loss prevention. Speaking from experience, this guy is a total fucktard.

      It’s one thing to make a “bad stop” otherwise known as an illegal detention. But once you fuck up, your best course of action is to say “sorry for any inconvenience” and then let the person leave and go find a hole to crawl into. It’s happened to most anyone that has done LP for any length of time. You handle it professionally and move on.

      If the person persists and is angry, you direct them to management and still go crawl into a hole. You make yourself invisible, not a spectacle.

      This guy is the perfect example of why loss prevention is trained to avoid situations that create liability. It’s called do your fucking job right. Simple enough.

    16. Itsjustme


      I doubt he even makes $10 an hour, it is Walmart after all.

    17. Drylaw


      I love this woman! My wife and I are in our mid 40’s and when we have the misfortune to go to the Walmart on 146 I love how even though we are the white yuppies, the dead meat at the entrance always stop us to look at our receipt. I’ve always wanted to say, “Hey fuckwad, how does one shoplift bulky items like the 6 cases of water, detergent and motor oil I just bought?” Seriously, go bug the hoodrats that were loitering in electronics and toiletries for an hour and are leaving with only a pack of gum and a candy bar on the receipt.” I hate shopping there. So now I don’t!

    18. Too Tall Tim


      In my case it was a K-mart. The was a period of time years ago that every time I went into the K-mart in my hometown I was followed around by the antitheft lady, Helen, who pretended to be a shopper. I know she worked there, sometimes she worked as a clerk and wore the red K-mart vest. Heck, I even know her name was HELEN , where she lived, and that her husband is diabetic, but still she didn’t expect me to recognize her. Every time I’m in K-mart the same ugly old lady, Helen, is there, in whatever department I’m in, she’s there. I walked around just to watch the stupid bitch follow me. One day the electronic antitheft thing in a CD didn’t get blanked out by the cashier. The alarm sounded and Helen was in her glory, “STOP HIM!!! HE ONLY PAID FOR TWO THINGS!!! THERE SHOULD ONLY BE TWO THINGS!!! HE ONLY BOUGHT TWO THINGS!!! THERE SHOULD ONLY BE TWO THINGS!!!” When my innocence was proven, and both the cashier, and the store manager had a hard time getting the chip in the CD case to stop setting off the alarm, the manager apologized to me. I complained that I object to the insinuation that I might be a shoplifter. I mentioned that my family has used that K-mart since the 1960’s, that we are close friends with the retired manager, which actual seemed to impress them. An employee told me that Helen goes overboard with her job. Helen disappeared after that and I wonder if I got her fired. [haha] Maybe I wasn’t the only person to complain about her.

    19. wabbitt


      I wonder how much was actually stolen while this moron was on his misplaced power trip.

      This bad chick should press battery charges – loss prevention associates aren’t cops. They have no legal right to restrain anyone.

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