Naked Screwfix customer buys lightbulbs from startled cashier ‘on first shift’

A naked bloke has startled a hardware shop employee reportedly on their first day of work after showing up to the store completely naked.

The man is said to have been collecting lightbulbs at a Screwfix store and was photographed wearing absolutely nothing as he wandered around and made his purchase.

He reportedly calmly greeted a fellow customer before standing at the click and collect section of the store to wait for an employee to fetch his online order.

The bloke was apparently stocking up on lightbulbs and turned a head or two when he wandered into the store in the buff, The Sun reports.

A witness who was also in the Screwfix store took a photo of the exhibitionist customer standing at the click and collect station.

He told The Sun: "This guy walked in and went straight to click and collect. He looked at me and said, 'All right' and went to the counter like it was a completely normal thing to do.

"The kid behind the counter was on his first day and was in a state of shock. After he [the naked man] left he just walked off down the road."

The naked customer is said to have shocked the new starter after heading up to the click and collect station completely in the nude.

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The witness said the naked man was quite casual and just "walked off" after the strange encounter.

He called the police after his encounter with the naked bloke, with police nabbing the man shortly after the incident in Macclesfield, Cheshire.

A 33-year-old was questioned on suspicion of behaviour likely to cause alarm or distress, with police saying the man was released pending further enquiries.

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