Is it the cashier's or the customer's responsibility to make sure purchased items are placed in the cart at checkout?

Just curious. Once again — and not the first, second, or third time — I've arrived home and realized I'm missing a few of my purchased items. Nothing expensive, though I was charged (overcharged, actually) for items bagged by the cashier on a 'carousel' bagging system. I believe it was an

Just curious. Once again — and not the first, second, or third time — I've arrived home and realized I'm missing a few of my purchased items. Nothing expensive, though I was charged (overcharged, actually) for items bagged by the cashier on a 'carousel' bagging system. I believe it was an oversight, but who should be considered responsible for making sure the customer has possession of the items s/he paid for at checkout?

Other answer:

professor_petroglyph:
It is a cultural question. In many countries, customers are expected to bag their own groceries. In America, consumers are trained to expect service people to wait on them, hand and foot, as if they were gods, and pay them little, nothing or less. America is a Right to Subjugation country. Conserve the Status Quo! Vote GOP!
Anonymous:
Both. Your family and the cashier should be diligent in seeing everything is bagged.
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no your parents.
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