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Rob_Butler

Iceland -Security Guard Prat

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I walk in the back entrance to iceland which is allowed. And within 10seconds of which i am in there i have a Seruity guard on me who was about 60 go how dare you have your hood up in store take it off now before i frow you out. Then as i go around the store on me own not with like loadsa peeps , he follows me the whole time an for what having a hood up before i haad time to take if down if i was going to? What a complete twat following me around coz i had a hood up. Pathetic plenty of others in the shop an he folws me. What a complete [****!!****] just wanted to get it out me system <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/argue.gif" alt="" />

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hehehe, got caught with the hoodie on...did you not hear about Bluewater?

 

I sympathise with the Guard here, no offence. Kids with hoodies up look suspicious. I know where you are talking about...where the carpark is right? Older people are pretty intimidated by people wearing hoodies...Ive had trouble at work with kids with hoodies.

 

Next time you go in there bring the hood down...otherwise you look like you are hiding something and you'll attract attention you dont need.

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He recond e was bad! an i had literally only taken about 5steps in the shop an he started giving it .Their are know signs saying hoods to be down or anything if it happebs again il say where's the sign .Also an 80 year old walked in the shop wearing a hat why did he not get told to take it of? mmmmm i wonder

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hehehe, got caught with the hoodie on...did you not hear about Bluewater?

I sympathise with the Guard here, no offence. Kids with hoodies up look suspicious. I know where you are talking about...where the carpark is right? Older people are pretty intimidated by people wearing hoodies...Ive had trouble at work with kids with hoodies.

Next time you go in there bring the hood down...otherwise you look like you are hiding something and you'll attract attention you dont need.


Yea there but this aint blue water is it an you know what the weather was like i was wearing it out side an had only got it stupid old [****!!****]

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If you read the papers you will hear about people being robbed or burglaries happening, or people being attacked or worse. They tend to be wearing hoodies. Thats why people are tetchy about them. Criminals tend to wear hoodies, so it hides their face from CCTV. I know this from experience.

 

Just dont have your hood covering your face when you come in. It just gets people suspicious of you.

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There shouild be a sign though. Sometimes you do not think to take it dwn but 9/10 i do take it down but sometimes you forget an you have a pikey on your back even when its down following you around the shop

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Yes, but usually a 60 year old woman doesnt walk around Margate with a hoodie on. Although the thought is amusing. Perhaps when Im that old Ill try and re-invent that wheel! Course the year will be 2044...

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Did you see the Local news about a month ago granny's are wearing hoodies to try an stop youths wearing them. But more nationally they always have coats with hoods on to stop there hair getting wet are these okay?

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Realistically, do you hear stories in the local press about old ladies going round causing trouble, flipping people the bird and giving it "all that"? The thought is very funny but I cant see old ladies giving trouble. Not on that scale. In fact usually the stories are about old ladies being robbed or attacked in their homes.

 

In fact back in October last year I was set on, just outside Hartsdown Park by a bunch of kids with hoodies. Trying to get me into Hartsdown Park so they could beat me up properly in the dark. I lost my hearing in my right ear for 3 weeks, a nosebleed and cuts to the inside of my lips. Had it been an old person I doubt they would have done that.

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There shouild be a sign though. Sometimes you do not think to take it dwn but 9/10 i do take it down but sometimes you forget an you have a pikey on your back even when its down following you around the shop


How funny that you complain about him taking this view of you without knowing you but you take a view of him without knowing him, Priceless!!

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Realistically, do you hear stories in the local press about old ladies going round causing trouble, flipping people the bird and giving it "all that"? The thought is very funny but I cant see old ladies giving trouble. Not on that scale. In fact usually the stories are about old ladies being robbed or attacked in their homes.

In fact back in October last year I was set on, just outside Hartsdown Park by a bunch of kids with hoodies. Trying to get me [color:"red"] INTO [/color] Hartsdown Park so they could beat me up properly in the dark. I lost my hearing in my right ear for 3 weeks, a nosebleed and cuts to the inside of my lips. Had it been an old person I doubt they would have done that.


WOW jk, i know clubs will do anything to increase their gates.........But that takes the biscuit! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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How would you like it if you where trying to look around a shop an have a security guard stalking you

If you've nothing to hide then why would it matter. In fact, its happened to me and I found it quite funny to walk around aimlessly just to take the piss.

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