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Watch shocking moment desperate Tesco shoppers fight with each other to get cheap food in yellow sticker section

THIS is the shocking moment desperate shoppers fought for discounted food at a Tesco supermarket.

Adults grabbed and pushed each other in front of kids as they scrambled for cheap yellow sticker items at the store.

The worker was forcefully pushed out of the way by impatient customers

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The worker was forcefully pushed out of the way by impatient customersCredit: TikTok/@bordzsi91
A group of Tesco shoppers scrambled over each other to get the best deal

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A group of Tesco shoppers scrambled over each other to get the best dealCredit: TikTok/@bordzsi91

A Tesco staff member was forced to blockade the shelves with a stock cart and was barely able to get past the customers.

Almost six million TikTok users have viewed the video since it was uploaded.

Some said the urgent battle for discounted a common occurrence in supermarkets across the UK given the cost of living crisis.

One user commented: “In Tesco near me they put a big yellow barrier up for staff safety doing the reduced section until they’re done – it’s crazy that they need to do that!”

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A second agreed and posted: “When I worked in the reduced section some women rammed her trolley into the back of my leg around Christmas time because I was in her way!”

“Omg I work at Tesco and they’re like vultures!” A third commented.

Somebody else shared their story about the time they were punched in the head while re-stocking the reduced section.

Another claimed they had one woman flipped a tray in her face to get to fruit underneath it.

On the other hand, one TikToker pointed out: “Times are hard for everyone it’s just going to get worse over time.”

“That’s so sad, we don’t know their circumstances, so let’s not judge,” another sympathised.

A third highlighted: “With cost of living this will only get worse.”

Tesco has been contacted for comment.

This comes as the cost of living crisis will result in millions of Brits struggling this winter, including Lorraine Foster.

The 57-year-old has been forced to share a bed with her mum, 86, as she has less than £1 per week spare after her energy bills.

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In Birmingham a single mum-of-seven revealed she has to use flasks and candles while her family huddles together in one room to stay warm when their meter runs out at the end of the week.

Michaela lost her husband several years ago and struggled to make ends meet during the pandemic, and now spiralling inflation means her and the kids are left to manage in the cold and dark.

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