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Elderly Fla. man attacks Wal-Mart customer in express lane dispute: report
Many people may find a trip to the grocery store to be a bit stressful, but one elderly Florida man figured he’d had enough when a customer in front of him tried to check out more than 20 items in the express lane.
The victim said in a police report that he was checking out in the express lane when Mr. Golladay started counting his items. The suspect got irritated and told Mr. Golladay he had too many items to be in the “20 items or less” lane.
The suspect was escorted outside, but shortly returned and approached Mr. Malherbe with his fists raised, authorities said. He was escorted out again.
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