Woolworths Supermarket Shopper New Update Alert After Finding Incredible $ 333 Error

A Woolworths supermarket customer talks about his disbelief after a refresh incident at his local store.

Tania, an NSW shopkeeper who shared on Facebook, said she was “very disappointed” when she realized she was being charged $ 333 instead of $ 17 per item.

A Woolworths spokesperson confirmed to 7NEWS.com.au that the supermarket is investigating an obvious “scanning error”.

The checkout assistant said he realized the error when the customer went to pay for his groceries, and that three bags of groceries totaling nearly $ 500 had arrived.

“When I went to pay, the cashier told me it was $ 471,” he explained.

File image: The shopkeeper realized the error while paying for his groceries. debt: Joel Garrett/Aam Aadmi

“My answer is that there is no way to spend that amount on groceries. She continues with $ 471. I replied again that something was wrong,” he added.

“I was ready to leave, not leaving my groceries. Then he went back through the groceries.

“I noticed a tele item scanned for $ 333 and it should have been only $ 17.”

But when the update assistant started fixing the item, Tania said she wanted to get the wrongly scanned item for free.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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