Leigh-Anne Pinnock had an unfortunate run-in at a supermarket.

On Thursday, the Little Mix singer shared a story about being verbally abused by a male customer at a Waitrose store.

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“I was left in shock and completely taken back that someone could be so rude to someone for no reason,” Pinnock wrote in the tweet, which has since been deleted.

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Thankfully, the story had a happy ending, as staff at the store stepped in to deal with the man.

“Despite this ordeal the staff at @waitrose sunningdale ran to my defence showing great kindness and care,” she added. “They demonstrated that every act of wrongfulness unleashes a million acts of kindness and sent me home with these beautiful flowers.”

Writing that she was “a blubbering mess” after leaving the store, Pinnock thanked the staff.