I spotted what I thought was an old shopping list on the ground at Aldi – then I looked closer and read something I never expected to see

A man picked up what he believed to be an old shopping list at his Aldi store only to be confronted with a far more aggressive sight.

Instead of a list of groceries as expected, the anonymous shopper found a note titled ‘People I want to punch in the face’ followed by a list of names and a ‘fight schedule’. 

‘Emma’ was written above ’12pm’. ‘Hunt’ was written above ‘3pm’ and ‘Joe’ at ‘4pm’. The names Sofia, Sam and Donna appeared on the list but without ‘fight times’.

‘I stepped out of my car at my local Aldi and noticed someone’s, I assumed, grocery list on the ground. Decided to inspect further when I left the store,’ the shopper wrote alongside a photo of the list.

The post drew in an array of amused comments, with many critiquing the ‘fight list’ for a laugh. 

A man has been left in shock after finding a frim note in the carpark of his local Aldi store

‘Good planning. Emma looks difficult. She takes three hours. Get her out of the way, but grab an early lunch before. Call Joe and move him up before Emma and free up the evening,’ one man wrote.

Others joked they would ‘need a bigger piece of paper’ to document all of the people they want to punch in the face.

‘My friend is wondering where you could buy notepaper like that, with such an uplifting message,’ one woman wrote.

'I stepped out of my car at my local Aldi and noticed someone's, I assumed, grocery list on the ground. Decided to inspect further when I left the store..' the person wrote alongside the note

‘I stepped out of my car at my local Aldi and noticed someone’s, I assumed, grocery list on the ground. Decided to inspect further when I left the store..’ the person wrote alongside the note

‘I wish I was this organised,’ joked another.

A third said: ‘This is so healthy… she got this list outta her head to make room for groceries!!’ 

Others said the title on the notepad was simply misleading.

‘She must be a manager planning her day! The top is the three employees working in the morning then the three working in the afternoon! Bottom is who she is going to have restock the carts and tentatively what time she’ll send them,’ one woman said.

Others revealed their own ‘odd lists’ found on the floor of shops and carparks.

‘I was in the casino carpark one day and found a list of passwords,’ one man said.

‘I found a list on the floor of a bookstore. I picked it up assuming that someone’s grocery list fell out of their bag or something. It said “ways to abort a pregnancy” it was handwritten on a little piece of paper. It was something crazy like that,’ a woman added.

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