Woolworths hit with technical outage, checkouts unable to process sales

Woolworths hit with technical outage, checkouts unable to process sales

Many have left full trolleys behind.

A Daily Mercury reporter at the scene said services had just been restored and customers were once again flowing through the registers.

"It was really frustrating".

News Corp Australia counted at least ten abandoned trolleys and baskets in the store.

There were reports some supermarkets had since come back online.

According to the company, the outage affected registers at its supermarkets in the afternoon, leading to what it characterised as an inability to carry out business "for a short period of time this afternoon".

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Numerous customers have shared images on social media of long queues at cash registers and stores that have closed their doors. "We apologise for the inconvenience this caused our customers".

Registers have reportedly shut down at all Woolworths stores across Australia due to a technical outage.

Woolworths stores across the country have had to shut down registers and are unable to make sales.

Shortly after 4pm, the issue began affecting all registers across the country.

The ABC reached out to Woolworths for comment.

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