A SHOPPER was banned by every Asda in the UK after a price tag on softener.
Mulkh Chumber, 53, bought ten bottles of "Comfort Creations" after advertising in the supermarket had promised "The Sun" for £ 1 a bottle instead of £ 3.
Mr. Chumber was stunned when he was at the cash register and told that it really cost 2 pounds per bottle.
He says that employees called the police for refusing to leave without his vile laundry products.
Policemen said they would not do anything – but Asda said he was not allowed in any shop across the UK, claiming he was "abusive."
Mr. Chumber, a salesman from Basford, Staffs, said, "Asda security staff gave me a letter telling me that I was being banned from every single Asda in the UK, and I was shocked, it's not fair.
"If something is offered at a certain price, you should give it to the customer for that price.
"I was in Asda three or four times a week and have never had any problems.
"I can get along without them and go to Morrisons instead."
He said after the wrong price showed up at the cash desk, he went to customer service where the employees said the softener was £ 2.
He said, "I showed her the ad, which indicated she was £ 1, and she said it was up to availability, even though the shelves were full.
"Then I was told that they were only select stores, but they could not tell me where the offer was available and I was told to postpone it.
"I said that I did not go to the store to waste my time putting the items in the car and then putting them back, and then wasting gas to go to the store and back.
"The Asda staff called security and they told me they would call the police if I did not go.
"I did not go, the police arrived and I spent half an hour with them explaining the situation."
The Staffordshire police confirmed that they were summoned to Wolstanton Retail Park on June 15.
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The troupe said, "We were called in for reports of a man who abused the staff, and the man in his fifties was approached by officers in the supermarket."
Asda said: "We would have appreciated the announced deal, but do not tolerate abusive behavior towards colleagues."
Last month, buyer Andrew Gregory was banned from a nearby Asda in Tunstall after complaining about the toilets.
In 2016, Natasha Hamlin was banned from all UK Asda stores, which meant she could not spend a £ 142 gift voucher, which she had recently received back.
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