> I am seriously thinking of never shopping at Wal-Mart again.
> I was in on Saturday and picked up a black tote to hold some stuff. So none of the
> bags at the checkout could fit this thing. So I had to carry it out. Well, my wife
> needed to go to the bathroom so I stopped next to the "welcomer". She started to
> question me and wanted to see inside it. I showed her my receipt and said I paid for
> this and it's my property now, and she still insisted. I then asked if she was
> accusing me of stealing. She shook her head no. So after some arguing back and forth,
> I walked out and said "Call the cops and arrest me if you think I'm a thief!"
> She never did. My wife was laughing at me and I was PISSED OFF!
When you once worked for services to clients (waiter, cashier, technician, nursering, etc.) you know there's always that type of client who makes a scandal and whole drama for nothing. Thiefs tend to do that too as previous resource to just run away. Services and establishments have protocols after all.
Probably it was just the way she addressed to you, or maybe you were just stressed and with bad humor. However, next time consider you actually look less suspicious when you cooperate. After all you had nothing to hide, right?