A thrift store employee was faced with a dilemma when she found an expensive bag for sale at a fraction of the price. Despite knowing the store's policy, she kept the bag for herself. Now her boss wants it back and she's facing backlash from coworkers. Is she in the wrong for not notifying her boss about the valuable donation? Read on to find out what Reddit users think and share your own opinion in the comments.
Woman Buys Expensive Bag At Thrift Store, But Is Asked To Return It By Her Boss
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What would you do if you found a designer bag worth thousands of dollars at a thrift store? A 19-year-old thrift store employee found herself in this exact situation and couldn't believe her luck. Despite the store's policy that employees cannot purchase items labeled with the current week's color, the employee decided to wait until the bag was no longer restricted and bought it for herself. However, when her boss found out, he asked her to return the bag so they could sell it at a much higher price. The employee refused, citing the store's policy, and now she's wondering if she's in the wrong. Her coworkers and managers are giving her a hard time, but was she acting inappropriately? Share your thoughts and let us know if you think she's the a**hole or not.
NTA for buying an expensive bag from a thrift store.
Don't feel guilty, thrift store policies are BS anyway. Enjoy it! 🛍️
Don't let your boss guilt trip you. NTA 👍
Lesson learned: Keep your mouth shut at work. 👍
Keeping a secret is hard, but keeping it to yourself is smarter 🤷
Boss wants expensive thrift store bag back for their own gain.
Hiding good deals from coworkers: NTA or ESH?
Envious coworker? Keep your bag safe, NTA!
Boss wants employee's thrift store find back, suspicions arise 🤔
OP is NTA for buying discounted bag, and shouldn't feel guilty 💼
Turning a thrift store find into a fortune 💰
Thrifty woman defends buying bag, boss asks for return. NTA.
Boss wants thrift store bag back, but commenters say keep it 💼
Outsmarted the managers and got the bag, NTA wins 🙌
Be careful who you trust at work 👀🤐
Discussion on the ethics of returning an expensive thrift store bag
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Keep your thrift store finds a secret at work 😉
Boss demands return of thrift store bag, but buyer is NTA.
Boss demands thrift store bag back, commenters curious about it 🔍
Paid to stock, not appraise. NTA for following rules.
Commenter calls out greed in management and workers. #NTA
Bag mix-up? Not your fault! You followed store policy 👍👜
Scored a deal at thrift store and boss can't handle it 😂
Keep your thrift store finds to yourself 😏
Curious about the thrift store's business model 🤔
Boss tries to guilt-trip employee into returning thrift store find.
Bosses mad at OP for finding a bargain at thrift store. NTA!
One person's trash is another's treasure! NTA 🙌
One person's trash is another person's treasure 🤷🏻♀️. NTA for buying a thrift store bag
The bag might have been hidden by an employee. 🤔
Keep insider knowledge to yourself, or face the awkward encounters 😬
Enthusiasm not appreciated: Boss asks employee to return thrift store find 😕
Scored a deal at thrift store but boss wants it back 🤔
Fair and square! 🙌 NTA for respecting the rules.
Score one for the thrifty shopper! 🛍️💰
Jealous coworker or company loyalist? You decide. 🤔
Thrifty find causes workplace dilemma 😕👜
Scored a designer bag at thrift store, boss wants it back. NTA.
Friend called out for corporate loyalty, receives NTA judgement
Curiosity sparked - what's the bag look like? 🤔
Boss asked for bag back, but NTA followed rules 👍
Avoiding the blame: NTA and a boss's mistake 🤷♀️
Bag enthusiast seeks kindred spirit, NTA approved 🛍️
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Thrifting jackpot! Commenter finds LV bag for $5 👀💰
Boss demands expensive thrift store bag back, coworkers jealous 🤑
Boss demands return of thrift store bag, but commenters say NTA 🛍️
The business model of thrift stores explained. 🛍️
Boss asks employee to return thrift store bag. NTA comments.
Expertise recognized! NTA for refusing to return bag 💼
Thrift store boss demands bag return, but commenter defends buyer
Lesson learned: Keep your personal life private from coworkers 👀
Thrifting experts share their wisdom and caution against boasting. 🛍️
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Thrift store finds: Boss demands return of expensive bag. NTA wins!
Keep valuable finds to yourself next time 🤫
Thrift store find causes workplace drama. Not the a**hole.