At the beginning of 2011, at the shop “Sam’s Club” in Mexico State, a worker about 60 years old was carrying out his work, checking customers’ membership I.D. One of the customers could see that something was wrong and asked what it was. The worker pointed to his belt, showing that he was tied up, saying “they have me tethered like a dog”. He had been tied up so that he could not leave his work station. The customer demanded that the manager release the worker, warning that it was a violation of his human rights. The manager was immediately moved to another branch to avoid the case being denounced by civil society.