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Aldi has issued an apology after a shopper was berated by a member of staff over a parked car that wasn't his.
In the video filmed by a passerby in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, the customer appears baffled as he is told to move a silver car.
The female Aldi worker points to a silver vehicle and tells the customer to "move your car so I can get on with my work" in the heated incident on Friday (November 19).
He says: "You want me to move the car? I haven't got a key for it."
She replies: "What do you mean you haven't got a key for it?"
The worker then asks him why he has car keys in his hand and asks who the silver car belongs to.
"How should I know?" replies the man, sounding baffled.
It turned out, while not the owner of the silver car, the man was also parked in an HGV designated zone and went to move it after the video finished, Hull Live reports.
The brand new Aldi store opened on St John Street in the seaside town on Thursday (November 18).
A woman who witnessed the commotion posted on Facebook: "Generally felt sorry for this bloke she carried on arguing with him around the corner as well.
"New Aldi. It wasn’t even his car hahaha."
The clip was shared hundreds of times and people weighed up in the comments whether they sided with the man or the shop worker.
One person commented: "It’s actually like a Monty Python sketch the more I watch it."
A second joked: "Mood I was in yesterday I'd say it's a good job I went to Tesco instead."
Someone else praised the shopper and commented: "Terrible! That fellow needs an award for keeping calm good on him!"
"Priceless, telling the poor guy to move a car that doesn’t belong to him," another wrote.
An Aldi spokeswoman said in a statement: "We apologise to the customer for any upset that may have been caused by this misunderstanding."
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