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Customer attacked at Kroger after telling someone not to park in the fire lane
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Via WSB TV Atlanta GA

 

https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/77-year-old-i-was-attacked-kroger-after-telling-someone-not-park-fire-lane/3FMNPP2EY5GAZCEQUYKVIQYNV4/?fbclid=IwAR1QvbzOxcm21tsdgYYuM5DqP7GNfjJxDghP70iT3YWSP9-XWlwkCDU30Gc

 

 

 



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This is why I hate Atlanta and why I mind my own business. Yes people are wrong for parking in fire lanes. But I mind my business. 



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My schadenfreudic fantasy is that if there's ever a fire and one or more of these lazy, entitled fire lane-parkers is parked there in the fire lane, that the fire engine will just pull up and push their sh*t out of the way. Man, do I wanna see that.



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My schadenfreudic fantasy is that if there's ever a fire and one or more of these lazy, entitled fire lane-parkers is parked there in the fire lane, that the fire engine will just pull up and push their sh*t out of the way. Man, do I wanna see that.


 I asked a Fireman once he was doing a fundraiser at the store. I asked what would happen if there was a fire and someone was parked and the Firetruck could not get by. He said they would bust the windows out and run the hose through the windows. A cop was standing right next to him and the cop laughed. At that time no one was parking in the fire lane only because a cop and a Fireman was in front of the store. 

You know what is worse? Someone who is parked in a Handicapped space and they are not handicapped. I have a tag on my truck but I hardly ever use it. I have a friend her son is Disabled has Muscular Discography and in a wheelchair. She saw a UPS truck parked taking up several spaces. She was so mad she took pictures and sent to UPS. 



-- Edited by i386 on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 05:35:48 PM

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i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

My schadenfreudic fantasy is that if there's ever a fire and one or more of these lazy, entitled fire lane-parkers is parked there in the fire lane, that the fire engine will just pull up and push their sh*t out of the way. Man, do I wanna see that.


 I asked a Fireman once he was doing a fundraiser at the store. I asked what would happen if there was a fire and someone was parked and the Firetruck could not get by. He said they would bust the windows out and run the hose through the windows. A cop was standing right next to him and the cop laughed. At that time no one was parking in the fire lane only because a cop and a Fireman was in front of the store. 

You know what is worse? Someone who is parked in a Handicapped space and they are not handicapped. I have a tag on my truck but I hardly ever use it. I have a friend her son is Disabled has Muscular Discography and in a wheelchair. She saw a UPS truck parked taking up several spaces. She was so mad she took pictures and sent to UPS. 



-- Edited by i386 on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 05:35:48 PM


 No ones cares....



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i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

My schadenfreudic fantasy is that if there's ever a fire and one or more of these lazy, entitled fire lane-parkers is parked there in the fire lane, that the fire engine will just pull up and push their sh*t out of the way. Man, do I wanna see that.


 I asked a Fireman once he was doing a fundraiser at the store. I asked what would happen if there was a fire and someone was parked and the Firetruck could not get by. He said they would bust the windows out and run the hose through the windows. A cop was standing right next to him and the cop laughed. At that time no one was parking in the fire lane only because a cop and a Fireman was in front of the store. 

You know what is worse? Someone who is parked in a Handicapped space and they are not handicapped. I have a tag on my truck but I hardly ever use it. I have a friend her son is Disabled has Muscular Discography and in a wheelchair. She saw a UPS truck parked taking up several spaces. She was so mad she took pictures and sent to UPS. 



-- Edited by i386 on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 05:35:48 PM


 No ones cares....


 Well you acknowledged what I said. 



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We have customers at my prior location park in front of the cart returns due to lack of parking. They got pissed when they came in and bi-t-ched at management for carts piling up around their  cars.  Management first took pity but then realized they were parking in a non designated parking spot. Then told him to move his a$$.



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We have customers at my prior location park in front of the cart returns due to lack of parking. They got pissed when they came in and bi-t-ched at management for carts piling up around their  cars.  Management first took pity but then realized they were parking in a non designated parking spot. Then told him to move his a$$.


 Several times I have had customers in my store park IN the cart corral!!!



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I saw a woman yesterday park in the area next to a handicapped parking space that's suppose to be used for loading and unloading wheelchairs into vans.   She didn't have a tag or any other identification on her car and she seemed perfectly fine.  She was walking normally and she wasn't carrying an oxygen tank.  So not only did she park where she wasn't suppose to, she parked where no one is suppose to.



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 I had a lady tell me the other day that she was going to park in our Clicklist spots if she wanted to. That she didn't think it "was fair" for us to be able to reserve those slots for Clicklist. lol What an idiot.

 I'm thinking, if you think you had to walk far because you couldn't find a closer space, you're really going to hate walking home when we tow your car...



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I had a lady come into my store and say that (i wonder if we're in the same store). I'm in the bakery, and she told me that she didn't like one of our comanagers because he told her that her car would be towed if she didn't move it out of the Clicklist spot. I don't understand why customers want to fight over stupid stuff like that....

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I saw a motor cycle get pushed out of the handicapped spot by someone who was actually disabled that needed it. Here goes.

Motorcycle is parked in a disabled spot. Guy pulls up in his car and I se his placard already on display. Guy's son gets out of the car, and moves the motorcycle to the next spot over. Disabled guy parks in the spot. I go back to gathering carts (filling in for a No-Call, no-show that day) when motorcycle guy comes out, sees his bike had been moved, proceeds to throw an epic mantrum, (tantrum for men) and runs back in the store to complain. Finds out it was the disabled guy's son and decides that it's not worth getting broken in half for it. (Guy's son was pretty big guy.)

Guy's son would have scared him, but is a big sweetie and only fights when there is no option.

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i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

My schadenfreudic fantasy is that if there's ever a fire and one or more of these lazy, entitled fire lane-parkers is parked there in the fire lane, that the fire engine will just pull up and push their sh*t out of the way. Man, do I wanna see that.


 I asked a Fireman once he was doing a fundraiser at the store. I asked what would happen if there was a fire and someone was parked and the Firetruck could not get by. He said they would bust the windows out and run the hose through the windows. A cop was standing right next to him and the cop laughed. At that time no one was parking in the fire lane only because a cop and a Fireman was in front of the store. 

You know what is worse? Someone who is parked in a Handicapped space and they are not handicapped. I have a tag on my truck but I hardly ever use it. I have a friend her son is Disabled has Muscular Discography and in a wheelchair. She saw a UPS truck parked taking up several spaces. She was so mad she took pictures and sent to UPS. 



-- Edited by i386 on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 05:35:48 PM


 No ones cares....


 Well you acknowledged what I said. 


 WOW NO KIDDING DOLT!



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mega-kitteh wrote:

I saw a motor cycle get pushed out of the handicapped spot by someone who was actually disabled that needed it. Here goes.

Motorcycle is parked in a disabled spot. Guy pulls up in his car and I se his placard already on display. Guy's son gets out of the car, and moves the motorcycle to the next spot over. Disabled guy parks in the spot. I go back to gathering carts (filling in for a No-Call, no-show that day) when motorcycle guy comes out, sees his bike had been moved, proceeds to throw an epic mantrum, (tantrum for men) and runs back in the store to complain. Finds out it was the disabled guy's son and decides that it's not worth getting broken in half for it. (Guy's son was pretty big guy.)

Guy's son would have scared him, but is a big sweetie and only fights when there is no option.


 Biggest bull**** story of the day



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