THIS mom was on her weekly shopping trip to Target when she had been stopped at a self-checkout machine, even though she claimed that she didn’t shoplift.

The customer went on TikTok to share the moment she was approached by store management who then re-scanned all her items, claiming the machine was failing.

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A mom was on her weekly shopping trip to Target when she was stopped at a self-checkout machine[/caption]

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Store management re-scanned all her items, claiming the machine was failing[/caption]

The video posted by Alexis (@blexxican_) started in the middle of the altercation between her and a Target manager in a Florida store.

In the screen text, Alexis wrote: “[The manager] claims ‘the machine has been messing up and all items are not scanning.’

“Go get a manager and tell them to come right here,” Alexis told the manager.

The worker replied: “I am a manager.”

“Ok get another one,” Alexis said back.

The mom, who had her child in the front seat of her shopping cart, told the manager: “You can get everything out of the bags, check it, put it back in there.”

“It feels like you are accusing me of stealing,” Alexis told the manager. To which she replied: “No” and said it was store policy.

Eventually, another manager came over to help.

Alexis was angered when she thought the manager accused her, a loyal customer, of stealing.

“I come here every week and you’re gonna have the audacity to tell me you feel like I didn’t scan my items?” she told both of the managers.

She also alluded to the fact that re-scanning the items was a waste of time.

“You got all these people waiting but you wanna claim that I might’ve not scanned all my items,” she said.

The mom claimed that the re-scanned item total came to the same amount as her original total.

However, this was not confirmed by store management.

Alexis threatened to bring this issue to the corporate level, but it’s unclear if she followed through on this action.

The U.S. Sun reached out to Target for a comment, but a response wasn’t received by the time of publication.

Alexis’ viewers were on her side in the comment section.

One person wrote: “If they know that machine is faulty they need to put it out of service.”

“So let’s scan the items on the same machine that isn’t scanning correctly [laughing emojis],” another pointed out.

A third said: “If it bothers them THAT much. Take out the self check outs and they can scan it themselves because it’s their jobs!”

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The mom was angered when she thought the manager accused her, a loyal Target customer, of stealing[/caption]

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