A strange thing is happening at work. A couple of days ago, AFTER I had been there for a while, and sometime between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m., someone went through and threw packages of toilet paper around and made a mess, damaging some of the packages. I asked then if there were cameras on every aisle, and my supervisor said, "no", and I mentioned what had happened.
Today, it escalated. I worked on that aisle soon after getting to work, and all was fine. Then a couple of hours or so later, when I went to stock that aisle, I found the craziest disarray of paper products. At first, it looked almost comical, and one of my assistant managers was on the aisle, so I commented about it and showed her, and she said it was probably customers that did it.
But, the farther I went, trying to straighten the aisle, the more complicated the disarray showed itself to be. They had gone through 3 entire sections, moving them up and down the aisle, neatly but wrongly displaying the products. It was obvious to me that it was not a quick joke, but must have taken 20 minutes or more, and NOT by a child, either.
I don't know if someone just enjoys this crazy joke, or if it is someone who is hoping to slow me down so that I am reprimanded by my superiors when I am not as productive as I should be because of having to take time to correct things. I mentioned it to my supervisor later, and he again thought that it was just a customer. I wish I had taken pictures with my phone, but then I probably would have gotten in trouble, because you're not supposed to be on your phone during working hours.
I've prayed about it, and am hoping that it ceases. I like my job and I try to get along with everyone. I'd hate to see it spoiled by something ridiculous like this.