'I think I just shoplifted?': Amazon customers left VERY confused after shopping at checkout-free supermarket where cameras track what they buy | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


'I think I just shoplifted?': Amazon customers left VERY confused after shopping at checkout-free supermarket where cameras track what they buy

The grocery store on the bottom floor of the company's Seattle headquarters allows shoppers to scan their smartphone with the Amazon Go app at a turnstile, pick out the items they want and leave.

The tech mega-company still has some kinks to work out.

A CNBC tech reporter accidentally shoplifted a yogurt when the cameras failed to notice it, but the company responded 'it's on us' with a winking emoji.

Other Twitter users made jokes about how long the line was to get into the checkout-free grocery store - which promised no queue to exit.

Still others joked about how Seattle created another way to 'avoid human interaction' with the cashier-free method.

Another user questioned how he entered the store and somehow spent over $50 in just 57 seconds.

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