The customer caused quite a stir by revealing an unusual item she’s using to facilitate her Aldi shop – but fair warning, you can get a weird look.

Aldi may be known for its low prices, but if you’ve been shopping there, you know that paying for your purchases can be a very stressful process.

A German supermarket is known for its conveyor belt checks where employees scan products at lightning speed while encouraging customers to pack their purchases at the bench.

Many buyers have tried to “beat the system” with everything from laundry baskets to plastic tubs in them ALDI Checkout to make it easier to shop for them.

Grocery shopping also becomes more difficult when you don’t have a car as you can’t use a cart to bring food home.

But an Aldi customer in the UK may have shared the most unique way to carry groceries in a video that went viral on TikTok.

Customer Tweet She posted a video showing how she used a wheeled suitcase – yes, real luggage – for her Aldi store.

The video showed that she was going to the supermarket with a suitcase bag to go shopping.

After paying, she took the purchases in her bag to the spot before returning home to pack them properly.

While @lydiajaynem said the “old man laughed at me” for having a suitcase, the whole trip was a “success”.

Work Smart, I wrote for a movie that has been watched over 600,000 times since then.

Viewers said her bag trick was something that “looks illegal, but it isn’t”, and is “very clever”.

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That’s why I have one of these “grandma” strollers! Very useful, I have a funny cat pattern on it [feel] Another said.

“Oh my gosh, you did that and saved your life so much when you went to college!” One person commented.

Another wrote: “I don’t know why someone is laughing – it makes sense.”

Back in 2020 One mom took a look at Facebook to share the unique way she’s packed Aldi’s groceries.

In a post on the Aldi Mums Facebook group, a woman shared how she used two large plastic tubs with handles when shopping at discount stores.

Mom says the bathtubs “fit perfectly with the pushchair and are easy to get in and out of.”

“I put the heaviest items in the front tub so they come out on the harness first, then distribute the heavy items evenly in the two tubs after going through the logs,” she said. “You’d be surprised how convenient it is for them.”

Then, the customer chose the plastic containers directly from the cart to the trunk.