Jun. 24, 2014 10:09am
It all started when Rowe decided to hit a local liquor store recently and noticed a picture near the front of the shop. That picture was of a man in a white shirt that the store was identifying as a shoplifter.
“Good for you,” Rowe says he told the owner while recalling the encounter on Facebook. “I wish every store in the country did this.”
That’s when things got a little awkward. Someone behind Rowe in line disagreed, saying that it wasn’t right to publicly shame someone who may be innocent.