As previously mentioned, I work in retail. To be a little more specific I work in an op shop. (That's Aussie for Charity shop, btw)
Charity shops can be pretty hectic. Things can get messy fast. Sometimes it's jerky customers treating the store like a pig sty (Not ok.), sometimes it's well intentioned customers putting things back worng. (perfectly fine, we appreciate the intent, they probably got it wrong due to the nature of the store.) Sometimes things just fall off the coat hangers or the rack. Lately there's been two disturbing trends. It Looks well intentioned, but is so obviously wrong that it's just jerky.
The first, putting two things on the same hanger. No the do not go together. Sure, you may have wanted to get it off the floor, but when do you see things in a store, ever, that's on the same hanger when the two aren't part of a set? never.
the second and by far most disturbing, putting the clothes back inside out. That's not how you hang things. Just no.
Some people may see this and think I'm getting my panties in a twist over nothing. But keep in mind this is a charity store. it's pretty uncommon to find 2 items the same we can't tell at a glace when something is out of place (apart from the obvious) we'd have to go through every single item of clothing (out of thousands of items- and that's just the small stores.) non-stop throughout the day. and that wouldn't even keep the store perfect. We go through them when they look messier than usual and when we do the returns once a week.
Basically that means that these two problems go unnoticed for a while. The usual problem is misplaced items. which most shoppers attribute to customers putting things back in the wrong spot. Or clothes facing the wrong way, which many customers don't even realise is a thing.
but having two things on the same hanger or having them inside out just makes the store look bad. Someone sees that and suddenly it's like the store is gross, the employees are lazy. Suddenly our reputation goes down.
Please, if you're going to put things away yourself with so little care, just go up to the counter and say "this was on the floor" or "I don't want this" and let the staff do their jobs.