posted on May, 11 2009 @ 11:40 PM
The article quotes a store person ans saying it sounded like a mix up with the bar codes, but it sounds to me more like an urban legend.
Meaning I doubt it ever happened, yet another one of those stories where someone wants you to believe in political correctness or something run wild,
when it is just an imagination running wild. Happens all the time but people SWEAR it was a true story.
And the fact that the Telegraph reported it doesn't make it any less a legend, newspapers get suckered by urban legends ALL the time.