A woman posted a story about an exchange she saw between a customer and a cashier at the Walmart in Clarksdale.
Bowlin uploaded the photo on November 9; since then, the post has gathered more than 38,000 reactions and been shared more than 22,000 times. He remorsefully looked back at the customers waiting behind him in line, and began to unload fistfuls of change from his pockets. Gives me a muttered, "I'm so sorry". His voice was shaking, and he became flustered as he kept losing track while trying to count the change. "This gentleman's items were scanned and he was given the total", she explained in a Facebook post.
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"This lovely cashier takes his hands and dumps all the change on the counter and says: 'This is not a problem, honey".
She stayed calm, reassured the man and proceeded to help the man count his change.
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Bowlin said she aspires to be more like the cashier in the post she shared on Facebook. The man nervously apologized to the cashier and Bowlin, but the cashier assured the man it was okay. "'This is not a problem, honey. We will do this together", the cashier said, according to Bowlin.
The cashier told her, "You shouldn't have to thank me, baby. What's wrong with our world is we've forgotten how to love one another'".
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