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Everyone who has ever worked in retail will enjoy this absolutely ludicrous return

We’d want to give this heinous yoke back too. But STILL.

WORKING IN RETAIL, you encounter plenty of characters and plenty of weird situations, but chancers like this? They’re one in a million.

One clueless Gap employee accepted a shirt and waistcoat combo (if that wasn’t already a huge red flag, we don’t know what to tell them) as a return earlier this week.

Sounds grand, but here’s the thing: The item was last in stock 17 years ago.

return Source: Reddit/thevintagekid

Management let rip on the employee with a very public note left in what was presumably the staff room:

Who on Earth accepted this as a return?!?!?! This item is from the summer of 2000! That was almost 17 years ago! Our return policy is 45 days! If you’re not sure, ASK!

The note was tweeted by fellow employee @woofjustin and has gone massively viral across social media, even baffling the many retail workers of Reddit.

possoft Source: Reddit/r/funny

Can we just take a moment for the person who decided to chance their arm on returning an ugly waistcoat they bought in 2000 and never wore AND SUCCEEDED?

We’re not even mad. It’s incredible.

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