So I'm in Lowe's a couple hours ago, right? Husband, Baby, and myself went into the door closest the service desk because I had a return. There was a young lady working at the service desk and she was in the process of calling a man over to the desk to help her with something. There was one other customer who was standing there silently and sullenly. Apparently, there was problem. The man and the male Lowe's employee exchanged a brief, low, conversation, and the employee said something like, "sir, we're going to get this straightened out for you, just please be patient." The tone was one of someone trying to sooth an agitated person.
The girl turns to me and says, "Ma'am, what can I do for you?"
All I needed was to know if I could exchange something I bought at a different Lowe's at that store. She said sure, so leaving the baby and husband inside wandering around, I trotted out to my van to retrieve the stuff I wanted to exchange (It was an armload, and I didnt' want to haul it inside if the answer was no.)
So I come back to the entrance and the big sliding door is HANGING OFF IT'S TRACK AND BENT OUTWARDS ONTO THE SIDEWALK OUTSIDE.
I go inside and the young lady is enlisting another customer to help her manhandle the door back onto it's track. I said "What the heck happened here?"
Girl says, "That last guy shoved it open and left."
So, not only did this guy (who wasn't particularly big, either, interestingly enough) shove open a huge automatic track door (he must've really charged at it is all I can think), but he must've had his face two inches from a big red sign that said "not an exit" while he was doing it.
And I freaking missed it.