Twitter Drags Man Who Publicly Shamed A Target Employee Over A Toothbrush
A Target customer tried getting a toothbrush for a penny, and store manager Tori was not having it
A Target store manager named Tori has become an overnight hero for dealing with a very cheap customer who not only tried to take advantage of a store mistake, but also posted about the ordeal on social media - including a picture of the obviously over-it Tori.
David Leavitt, who describes himself as a “multimedia journalist who has worked for CBS, AXS, Yahoo, and others,” was shopping at a Target in Massachusetts when he spotted an Oral-B Pro 5000 toothbrush, which normally sell for $89, with a price tag of one penny - clearly an error on the part of the retail giant. David asked to speak to a manager, and that's when poor Tori's day got worse.
Leavitt demanded that Tori give him the toothbrush at the mislabeled price because, apparently, Massachusetts has a law that stores must honor pricing even if it's clearly incorrect. Tori wasn't having any of Leavitt's shenanigans and refused to...
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