An employee with German supermarket chain Aldi broke the current land speed record after she scanned 60 items at the same time before handing the customer a receipt showing the exact sum together with the precise change, it has emerged.
The pretty 32-year-old mum was also given the prestigious accolade of Employee of the Month for her outstanding achievement with the possibility of an inclusion in the Guinness Book of Records.
A spokesperson for the record-breaking facts and achievements organization told us earlier: “We are very interested in meeting with this extraordinary young woman. We’ve been looking for someone to beat the world land speed record for decades but everybody who has ever attempted it has always f**ked it up.”
Aldi claims they could fill the Guinness Book of Records every week. Area manager Ron who has worked for the company for a lengthy six months explained: “We have the deepest shopping trolleys that are so large you need someone to left you inside just to retrieve your groceries.
“We also have the largest volume of unnecessary goods flying out the door that nobody really needs and only really buy them because we put them in nice brochures and force them through letterboxes with a deafening thud.”
The previous world land speed record was recorded at a nearby Lidl store after a male aged between 35-45, wearing a multicoloured rain jacket and sporting a receding hairline, f**ked off out the store without paying for a £12.99 hedge trimmer…creating a sonic boom and smashing the sound barrier.