The Cost Of Karma Is Priceless

(I am paying for my purchases with a couple of £20 notes. The cashier takes them and uses one of those counterfeit detection pens.)

Woman: *in next checkout, sarcastically* “Oh, looks like someone can’t be trusted.”

(I don’t care to respond, and both notes are deemed genuine. The woman turns back to her cashier and hands them a £50 note. The cashier instantly goes for a pen and the woman gasps.)

Woman: “Oh, no, you don’t have to do that. I can assure you it’s real.”

Cashier: “I have to. Anything over £10. I could lose my job if I don’t.”

Woman: “Well, maybe I could speak to a manager for you…”

(The cashier marks the note and even at a distance I can see it turn black. The woman blushes as the cashier calls for a manager.)

Woman Next In Line: *mimicking tone* “Oh, looks like someone can’t be trusted.”

-> The Cost Of Karma Is Priceless

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