A man from Cairns claimed on Facebook that he was charged for his own reusable bags at Woolworths

A buyer of Cairns said that Woolworths accused him of carrying his own suitcases (in the photo is his receipt)

Woolworths charges the man for bringing his own reusable shopping bags, but the supermarket giant says that the computer's fault is the culprit

  • A Cairns buyer said Woolworths accused him of bringing his own bags
  • Woolworths said the man was affected by a technical problem on Wednesday
  • The supermarket chain said that they reward buyers for bringing their own reusable bags

Claudia Poposki for Daily Mail Australia

Woolworths has accused a man for bringing his own reusable shopping bags.

The buyer of Cairns shared a copy of his receipt to social networks last week, showing a charge of eight cents for the bags.

The man said he brought his own bags to the store after the supermarket chain banned single-use plastic bags.

A buyer of Cairns said that Woolworths accused him of carrying his own suitcases (in the photo is his receipt)

A buyer of Cairns said that Woolworths accused him of carrying his own suitcases (in the photo is his receipt)

Go to Woolworths. It is loading us to use our own bags. Sneaky, "he wrote on the Woolworths Facebook page.

However, Woolworths claims that a technical error was responsible for the error.

A spokesman said that Woolworths credits buyers with reward points for carrying their own bags.

"At Woolworths, you will receive 30 Woolworths Rewards points when you use your own reusable bags when you buy with us," the spokesperson said. XXX.

& # 39; This customer seems to have been affected by a technical error during the change of the old Rewards offer on Wednesday.

"We sincerely apologize for this error and ask you to keep your receipt and the next time you are in the store you should talk to the store manager or the customer service manager and they will rectify it."

However, Woolworths said that a technical error was responsible for the bug in the agenda (stock image)

However, Woolworths said that a technical error was responsible for the bug in the agenda (stock image)

However, Woolworths said that a technical error was responsible for the bug in the agenda (stock image)

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