Undercover corps force mother to show her newly purchased UNDERWEAR outside of Target after she made a simple mistake
- A woman was forced to keep all her shopping to prove that she was not a thief
- The mad mother said she was mistaken for a shoplifter
- She had put all her purchases in one cart and had not bought any shopping bags
A woman was forced to show the police her new bra and underpants in a busy shopping mall after she was wrongly accused of shoplifting.
The woman had shopped at the North Lakes mall in Brisbane on Wednesday when she was lured into a trap by stunning police for stunning shoppers.
She later said she was humiliated by a simple mistake and went to Facebook to warn other shoppers.
The woman had shopped in the North Lakes mall in Brisbane on Wednesday when she was lured into ambush by a raid police once she left Target (photo)
The injured woman said she had gone because she used one trolley to collect all her groceries and had not bought individual bags from previous stores such as Kmart and Big W.
She said she had paid for all her purchases in Target and left the store when she was intercepted by the police.
& # 39; By the time I left the third store after the lady at the checkout had checked my things, I came around the corner and BAM was attacking secret police, & # 39; wrote the woman in a message on the Facebook page of a local community.
& # 39; So they asked to check everything, and I even had to take off my new bra and underwear for everyone to see, and show that I also bought them in my online banking. & # 39;
Remarkably, the woman said that her photo had even been taken and that her conversation with the police had been recorded.
& # 39; I didn't care that they searched my things … I was just annoyed that they took my photo because I didn't like my photo at another time, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; I'm not happy about that, because I didn't do anything wrong. So people, be careful, & she said.
The injured woman said she was pulled up because she used one trolley to collect all her groceries and had not bought individual bags from previous stores such as Kmart and Big W (stock image)
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