An older fellow wanders up to the pharmacy counter.
"What do you have for my leg pain?" he asks. "I get pain in my legs at night."
After asking him a few questions, he tells me he refuses to see a doctor. Therefore the only advice I have for him is to try some Tylenol. I direct him to pain center area of the store.
A few minutes later he comes back with a tube of hydrocortisone cream and asks me if I think it will help his leg pain.
"No," I tell him. "Like I said, you should try some Tylenol."
He wanders off. After another few minutes he comes back with a can of Lotrimin spray and asks me if I think it will help his leg pain.
"No," I tell him. He wanders off.
Ten minutes later two women come up to the counter with him. I assume it is his daughter and wife. They start giving me the riot act as to why I would tell this man to get the cream and spray for his leg pain. They don't even give me a chance to respond before they turn around and storm off.
Given What's going on in Utah, now I'm certain I'm liable for a lawsuit.