GameStop employees are fed up with being babysitters

In addition to dealing with rowdy customers and the danger of closures and restructuring as the parent company launches new,

unsuccessful businesses and manages the impact from a turbulent stock market, 

GameStop employees already have plenty on their plates. Some of them also have the unexpected 

 and maybe unlawful - responsibility of watching other people's children, as Kotaku first revealed. 

Parents frequently leave their children unattended in GameStop locations, prompting one employee to submit a call 

for assistance on the GameStop Reddit page, asking for suggestions on how to deal with the situation.

What do you do when children wander in while their parents are out shopping? CptPeebles, a Reddit member, wrote. "Or if parents simply abandon 

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