A small produce store is owner operated. A member of the public enters the store and picks up $10 worth of berries. The person drops them on the ground, squashing a lot of berries in the process and then returns them to the shelf. The store owner requests that the person to pay for the damaged goods, however, the customer refuses and leaves the store. In hindsight, what are the store owner's Australian Consumer Law rights? Does anyone have legislation or a precedent I can use to back this up?