Sainsbury’s worker reveals most annoying customer habits

And other stories from the stranger side of life

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A Sainsbury’s employee has revealed the most annoying things that customers do, reported the Daily Mirror. Speaking on his TikTok channel, Akafi Ali said the most irritating thing that customers do is arrive before the shop opens on a Sunday. He said he is also annoyed when customers say: “I’m never shopping here again”. He remarked: “What am I going to do with that information? Am I supposed to say, ‘no sorry, please come back, we want you?’”

Pentagon says time-travel is within our reach

Time-travel and anti-gravity technology could be achievable soon, according to documents released by the Pentagon. One document says “it might be possible to produce exotic phenomena such as faster-than-light travel... and time machines”. It also states that “wormholes” in spacetime could be used for interstellar travel, the Daily Star said.

Autonomous car drives off after cop stop

A video showing a driverless car being stopped by the police and then attempting to drive away has gone viral. Cops in San Francisco stopped an autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV, seemingly because the car’s headlights were not on despite it being dark. After the police discovered there was no one in the car, the autonomous vehicle tries to drive away before pulling over to a stop a few hundred feet away. Ars Technica reported that the car did not receive a ticket.

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