So I was at a store waiting to checkout and a woman comes up with a little girl and says she's lost and can't find her mom. The girl looks about 4 or 5. The cashier asks her for her mom's name and calls for her to come up front over the intercom. The lady with the girl tries to keep her calm by asking her her favorite subject in school, etc. So the mom comes up and calls the little girl away from the lady. She proceeds to yell at her, looks at the other woman, grabs the girl and walks away. The woman tells the little girl bye, the little girl says bye and the mom yells at her again.
Everyone was stunned, we were all just looking at each other. She didn't even thank the lady for calling for her. Am I the only one who thought this was really rude of her? The little girl was obviously scared and I felt the lady was right for bringing her up to the front. What are your opinions on it?
Answer by MrsDAP at 3:57 PM on Nov. 17, 2010
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Answer by Jessica157 at 3:53 PM on Nov. 17, 2010
It sounds like she was very rude but I think that some times people shift the focus on to someone else so they don't look bad. I mean the mom may have felt like she was being judged for "losing her child" and so she acted as though the other woman was in the wrong or out of line for bringing her to the front. I would have be so grateful because the second I realize my dd was gone I would have been in a panic.
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