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Brisbane Chemist Warehouse shopper claims they found ‘camera’ on shelf

Stunned shopper after seeing what appears to be a ‘camera’ on a Chemist Warehouse store shelf

  • The buyer thought he saw a camera inside a Chemist Warehouse store
  • A customer posted the photo on social media in hopes of revealing the truth.
  • It’s sparked a debate on Reddit about whether it’s a camera or a motion detector.

A customer was left scratching his head after seeing what he thought was a small camera sitting on the shelf inside a chemical warehouse.

The shopper had been walking the aisles of the Brisbane store this week when he noticed a small black circle.

Has anyone else noticed the micro cameras in the Chemist Warehouse under the LCD signs throughout the store? they asked on Reddit. ‘Or am I just being paranoid?’

A customer was left scratching his head after seeing what he thought was a small camera sitting on the shelf inside a chemical warehouse

A customer was left scratching his head after seeing what he thought was a small camera sitting on the shelf inside a chemical warehouse

The photo has divided Reddit users, with many believing it was a camera, while others thought a motion detector was used. for LCD screens so that power would not be used when no one was around.

‘My fiancé works for the Chemist Warehouse, can you confirm that they are just motion sensors for the LCD screens. Not real cameras,” they said.

Others assumed the same.

Motion sensor to activate the LED sign? I’m just trying to think of other possible answers,’ another person suggested.

Another surmised that the store might have installed cameras to prevent theft.

Of course it’s a camera! Its corridors are very narrow and high, difficult to watch for thefts without having an employee capable of seeing each space at all times”, one pointed out.

“It’s energy saving, some supermarkets have also started doing this for fridge and freezer lights so they’re not on when no one is around,” another added.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Chemist Warehouse for comment.

Many assumed that the camera was, in fact, a motion detector for the pharmacy's LCD screens.

Many assumed that the camera was, in fact, a motion detector for the pharmacy’s LCD screens.

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