A Woolworths customer has shared his bewildering discovery at the entrance to a Melbourne store.
Sharing on Twitter, shopper Craig said he was left scratching his head while attempting to find the QR check-in code at the front doors of the Southern Cross Woolworths Metro.
A photo posted by Craig shows the glass doors with 15 pieces of paper stuck to it, most containing “Customer Notice” alerts.
The one notice containing the QR code so shoppers can check-in with the Service Victoria app can be found on the second glass door along, halfway down.
But in a bizarre twist, it has been placed on an automatic door – which moves when a customer gets close, making it difficult to scan.
“Good luck finding the QR code to check-in at the entrance of #WoolworthsMetro at Southern Cross,” Craig wrote on Twitter.
“And on the automatic door for extra skill level.”
There are also more check-in points for customers to access at the entrance.
It’s believed the store has also tidied up the amount of notices on the doors to make the QR codes easier to locate.