Shoppers at Aldi in Sheerness have been left in tears after being wrongly accused of stealing by staff.
The supermarket’s been carrying out bag searches following a rise in shoplifting, but has admitted not always doing so correctly.
Also in today’s podcast, plans for a new reservoir in Kent, that’s designed to secure water supplies, have gone on show.
Bosses want to build the facility in Broad Oak near Canterbury.
They say it would hold up to five billion litres of water and could be operational by as early as 2033.
In football, the new owner of Gillingham has been revealing his plans for the club after watching them win for the first time since his takeover.
Their 2-0 win over Hartlepool at Priestfield at the weekend has given fans hope of League Two survival – which unsurprisingly is Brad Galinson’s immediate aim.