On the Gold Coast, a woman has been charged and accused of allegedly stealing from a Supercheap Auto shop while pushing a pram. The alleged theft took place at the store.
The footage of the event shown in the video above quickly gained widespread attention after it was shared on social media in the month of May.
According to the Queensland Police, the woman who was at the centre of the event has been charged with a crime.
As their argument continues, a worker at the Ashmore site accuses the lady of stealing from outside the building, which further escalates the tension between them.
A threat to contact the police can be heard coming from him at the time he accuses the woman of lying about having a kid in her stroller.
In response, she tells him to “call the cops, mate… let my baby go.”
The man adds to the woman as he grips the handle of the stroller, “You haven’t even got a baby in there.”
The resolution of the conflict is not made clear in the video at any point.
The police looked into a woman’s accusation that she stole two disc-rotors that had been concealed under a blanket in a stroller.
According to prior statements made by the police to 7NEWS.com.au, “The woman then departed the business, (supposedly) making no attempt to pay for the items,”
“A male worker confronted the woman outside the store and recovered the things, which had (supposedly) been stolen, before the woman ran away from the scene.
During the course of the event, nobody sustained any injuries.
A Southport lady, 43 years old, was arrested and charged with the event about a month ago.
In the latter part of this month, she is expected to appear in court on three counts of theft and one count of fraud.
The company that Supercheap Auto reports to,
As a direct consequence of the altercation, Super Retail Group was forced to issue a warning to one of its employees.
After some time, the individual was successful in obtaining employment at Autobarn Burleigh Heads.