David Koch reveals the sneaky trick that people use to cheat self-service checkouts

& # 39; I've gone wrong! & # 39; David Koch unveils a sneaky trick that people use to cheat self-service checkouts – and how consumers scan avocados like brushed potatoes

  • David Koch has revealed a trick that people use to cheat self-service checks
  • He was talking about the queen visiting a pop-up supermarket in London
  • The queen asked an employee if you could deceive the self-service system & # 39;
  • Koch used the Queen's remark to point out that shoppers use a sneaky trick
  • The host of Sunrise said that some customers will scan cheaper alternatives to save money

David Koch has revealed a sneaky trick that people use to cheat supermarkets while discussing the Queen's encounter with self-service checkout.

The Sunrise host said shoppers scan avocados like potatoes while discussing the monarch's visit to a pop-up Sainsbury's store in central London on Wednesday.

The queen, who was shown how to use the cash register, asked an employee if people were cheating on the & # 39; system.

Sunrise's host spoke about the 93-year-old monarch, who visited a pop-up Sainsbury in central London on Wednesday (photo)

Sunrise's host spoke about the 93-year-old monarch, who visited a pop-up Sainsbury in central London on Wednesday (photo)

Koch used the Queen's comment to point out that some customers in Australia were caught scanning incorrect products.

& # 39; Do you think the queen would scan her avocado like a brushed potato? & # 39; Koch asked.

& # 39; And did they check her handbag on the way out? & # 39;

Koch's brutal questions were greeted with laughter by his breakfast hosts on Thursday morning.

The news item was then returned to welcome Samantha Armytage, who continued the conversation with the tongue.

& # 39; Do you think the queen would scan her avocado like a seed potato? & # 39; Koch asked

& # 39; Do you think the queen would scan her avocado like a seed potato? & # 39; Koch asked

& # 39; Do you think the queen would scan her avocado like a seed potato? & # 39; Koch asked

Samantha Armytage continued the tongue-in-cheek conversation and asked why Kochie would encourage shoppers to cheat & # 39;

Samantha Armytage continued the tongue-in-cheek conversation and asked why Kochie would encourage shoppers to cheat & # 39;

Samantha Armytage continued the tongue-in-cheek conversation and asked why Kochie would encourage shoppers to cheat & # 39;

& # 39; Kochie, I hate to encourage people to scan avocados & # 39; s like potatoes, & # 39; she said, waving his hands to deny the accusations.

& # 39; What do you have? & # 39;

Koch then replied: & # 39; I have gone rogue & # 39 ;.

The queen visited the Covent Garden store, which was built on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the supermarket.

Speaking to an employee about self-service technology, the Queen asked: & # 39; And you can't be fooled? You can't cheat then? & # 39;

Speaking to an employee about self-service technology, the Queen asked: & # 39; And you can't be fooled? You can't cheat then? & # 39;

Speaking to an employee about self-service technology, the Queen asked: & # 39; And you can't be fooled? You can't cheat then? & # 39;

Speaking to an employee about self-service technology, the Queen asked: & # 39; And you can't be fooled? You can't cheat then? & # 39;

She was told that shoppers enjoy the speed and convenience of the cash register and she replied: I'm sure they will. Everyone wants to hurry up. & # 39;

A 2018 Canstar Blue survey of more than 2,200 participants showed that seven percent of Australian shoppers admitted that they deliberately stole an item while using a self-service checkout.

In addition, nine percent said they had avoided paying the full price for an item by scanning a cheaper alternative at the cash register for self-service.

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