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I worked an eight-hour shift at Target for FREE – and no one noticed I wasn’t an employee

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American content creator Madison claimed she worked an eight-hour shift at Target for free and no one realized she was not an employee.

A TikToker worked an eight-hour shift at Target for free and no one realized she wasn’t an employee.

Content creator Madison from Indianapolis, known for “working” for free at some of her local stores, immediately blended in after donning a red sweater, similar to the one Target employees wear.

The latest from the influencer video on TikTok, racked up more than 4.6 million views and showed her cleaning bathrooms, emptying trash, and stocking shelves at Target without pay.

In the video, she also went “above and beyond” for customers, even paying for people’s purchases and offering them gift cards and sodas.

Captioning the post, she wrote: ‘I worked for free at a random Target store!’

American content creator Madison claimed she worked an eight-hour shift at Target for free and no one realized she was not an employee.

“The bathroom was very dirty, but don’t worry, I fixed it,” he explains in the clip.

“I organized the clothes, emptied the trash can and got Olipop and more gift cards to give to my clients.”

Madison revealed that the staff and management actually thought she was an employee.

And he added: “I found lost items and returned them to their place,

‘The employees and security guards kept walking past me, and I blended in.

‘I found this cart and started stocking everything and another employee saw me but didn’t care because he thought I worked there. We finished the car together.

“After stocking the shelves, I decided to celebrate by buying more things for my customers.”

Many rushed to the comments and were left divided by Madison’s seemingly good deed.

The influencer's latest video went viral on TikTok, with more than 4.6 million views, for allegedly cleaning bathrooms, emptying trash, and stocking shelves at Target without getting paid.

The influencer’s latest video went viral on TikTok, with more than 4.6 million views, for allegedly cleaning bathrooms, emptying trash, and stocking shelves at Target without getting paid.

Many rushed to the comments and were left divided by Madison's seemingly good deed.

Many rushed to the comments and were left divided by Madison’s seemingly good deed.

One person wrote: “You and the employee finishing the car together kicked me out.”

Another said: “The fact that you can work and go unnoticed shows how much the work of a good employee can go unnoticed for years.”

Someone else wrote: “Cleaning the bathroom was crazy.”

A fourth questioned their “restocking,” saying, “That employee needs those items for orders placed online.”

To which Madison responded, ‘No, it was another employee’s cart and he was stocking it and I started stocking it too and I asked him if it was okay and he told me I could help him with it.’ I didn’t spoil anything.

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