An Asda checkout worker has been nominated for an award after rushing to help a shopper browsing the store with a magnifying glass.

Aziza Atcha has been working at Bolton Asda for 24 years.

Recently, she spotted an ‘older’ customer struggling to find items and shopping using a magnifying glass.

She stepped in, asked what was on his list, and completed his shopping for him.

She said: “The gentleman couldn't see very well, bless him, and he was struggling with a trolley too, so I went round and got his groceries for him and then put it through a checkout before ordering him a taxi.

“He was really nice and friendly and ever so grateful. I always help out customers when I can – that's what we are here for.”

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Aziza has now been nominated for an Asda service superstar award by store manager, David Taylor, who said: "Great customer service Aziza, well done."

A past store worker has also praised Aziza, they said: “Well done Aziza.

“I worked with her at Asda Bolton for many years .

“She was brilliant with colleagues and customers .

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“Asda Bolton is very lucky to have her and good to see her still there.”

Others have praised the company for their ‘excellent customer service’ adding: “Asda is famous for their excellent customer service from the staff who go the extra mile!”

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And: “Excellent at helping the customer at the right time.

“Happy customer as well, congratulations.”