Unfiltered Story #197495

, | Unfiltered | June 19, 2020

I work part time at a plus sized clothing store chain.

It’s a slow day at work, and my manager and I are tidying up. A woman and her young daughter- who appears to be preschool or kindergarten aged- come in. I brace myself for a nightmare, as about 95% of our customers who have kids never watch them and they often are left to run around, pull things off racks, etc., while the mothers shop. Surprisingly, the child stays close to her mother and is quiet all throughout the shopping trip- and doesn’t try to crawl between the fitting rooms or anything when she and her mother go in.

All goes well until she and her mother get to the rear half of the store- where the bras are located. Her mother grabs a bra from our extended size rack (F, G, and H sized bras.). Then, the little girl grabs one from the bottom of the rack, puts it on her head, and runs around the rear half of the store singing/yelling:


My manager and I just stare, and the mother turns bright red and tells the daughter, after a few moments of stunned silence, to put the bra back. Surprisingly, the child listens and returns the bra to the rack closest to her.

She was silent for the rest of the shopping trip until they were at checkout- where she asked for a sparkly pink lip gloss.