A grocery store cashier from the UK, Kerry Whittaker, responded to a woman who shamed her for her makeup. Her response has gone viral on social media and also was reported and it got deleted. Kerry was just doing her job at ASDA when she got insulted by a customer. She overheard a female customer making comments about her look, laughing and saying to her 14-year-old daughter: “Have you seen the state on that? Who comes to work to sit on a checkout looking like that? I don’t know who she thinks she is.”
In her Facebook post, she starts off by stating “Why are girls so nasty” as she described the whole situation explaining that she was just sitting down and minding her own business.
Whittaker mentioned that the pair were “sniggering, laughing, saying ‘have you seen the state on that?””
“Who comes to work to sit on a checkout looking like that. I don’t know who she thinks she is,” they went on to say.
Whittaker went on to defend herself on a Facebook post that got deleted.
“Why would you find that acceptable? I’m not harming anybody. Would you say the same about a girl who has a problem with her skin and spots on her face? I doubt it,” Whittaker wrote in defense.
Whittaker then went on to question “Why don’t you lead by example to your daughter about empowering other women rather than tearing them down?”
She says that women need to empower each other to be strong leaders and individuals.
In the society that we live today, people should not be judged on their looks. That’s wrong on so many levels!