A Woolies shopper wearing a face mask claimed a member of staff mocked him by making ‘sheep noises’ in the dairy aisle.
A shopper called out Ulis after its staff ‘made sheep noises’ as she walked past workers at a dairy farm wearing a mask, the mother said she would never shop at Ulis again.
A masked customer has vowed never to shop at Woolworths again after complaining that a member of staff groped him.
Nicola Leach was walking down the dairy aisle when she claims a man made mocking noises behind her while stacking a fridge of milk.
The Melbourne mother took to social media to slam Ulises for her employee’s alleged behavior for wearing a mask.
‘Your staff bullied me in your shop because I’m wearing a mask. Won’t shop with you again,’ she said.
‘I was in the dairy aisle and three guys were stacking fridges. As I approached one of them made a sheepish noise behind my head. They had those big metal trolleys so I had to get close to get past.’
Nicola Leach (pictured) was walking down the dairy aisle when she claims a man stacked a fridge of milk behind her and made sarcastic noises.
Her post drew mixed reactions with some defenders adding that some workers were wearing masks when she went shopping that day.
‘I’d say it works more with people in your local area than Ulysses,’ said the commentator.
But others rushed to Mrs Leach’s defence, saying wearing a mask at this time was a responsible act and she should not be ridiculed.
‘Apart from Covid, the current flu is just awful. My wife is well into her third week and nowhere near recovered,’ wrote one.
Another said: ‘My late 30s son took it from us. He has had covid twice, thinks this flu is worse. It’s very touching.’
It understands Ulis is taking the matter seriously and is investigating the incident, 7 News reported.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Woolworths for comment.
It is understood Ulis is taking the matter seriously and is investigating the incident