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I respect your opinion.
But let’s put my shoes on. I just spent $200 + dollars and there is a long line of people waiting to prove they own the items that they just paid for.
The person at the door is not checking to see if you paid for your items, because there is NO way they can glance over the receipt in 2 seconds and figure out if all the items in the cart match your receipt. It's bogus, it is a waste of my time and I did not have time to deal with it that. I spend nearly $500 a month that that store. Typically I will stop only because I’ll leave the receipt in the front of my cart.
Although this time I was not thinking when I put it in my wallet after purchasing a soda. So I did not want to stop. I did not want to stop even more when the person YELLED at me, not professionally ask me to see my receipt but YELL at me and chase me down.
So do I have to play by there rules? No I do not have to play by their rules. Because if everyone played Costco's rules or Best buy's rules then we would have to start showing our receipt when exited a convenience store or when ever we got done watching a movie we’d have to prove that we only watched one!
In the justice system its up to the courts to prove we did not commit a crime but I guess in a grocery store its up to me to prove that I did not steal the items I am leaving with?