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Drunken Man Creating Chaos In Bws Aisle

Local Sainsbury’s store in Bromley was left with broken glasses as Drunken man caused havoc

Local Sainsbury’s store in Bromley was left with broken glasses down the BWS aisle otherwise known as the wine/ alcohol section last week Tuesday afternoon at 8pm. A drunken man strolled in and attempted to steal a couple of alcohol bottles but fortunately, the manager of the store caught him and told the security guard to exit and see him out.

Unfortunately, things didn’t go that smoothly as the drunken man got a bit aggressive and said to the security guard ” Get your fuc*ing hands off me, is it illegal to shop now?” The manager told the security guard to call the police but the drunken man edge them on and even went on to say”Call them then.” in a laughing tone.

According to the manager of the store, this person was already banned from shopping there as he always attempts to steal alcoholic drinks. He left the store before the police could arrive as realized the manager was standing her ground but as he left the store he knocked numerous alcoholic bottles leaving bits of broken glass scattered around the shop floor.

After the incident, the manager of the store said “Of course I was a bit afraid but I take the safety of my workers and the other customers very seriously.” Luckily no one was injured during this incident.

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Chelsea’s Long Clothing Queue

Young people were left waiting outside for ages at Chelsea’s clothing pop up

Young individuals were left waiting outside on the streets of Chelsea in a long queue for up to 45 minutes to obtain the We Are Second Life Fashion Pop up last Sunday with great sales. even though numerous students and young adults booked a time entry slots for this scheduled event they were forced to get in at later times as the sales were booming and certain people were taking longer than usual.

As the sales and clothing pop up went on people were getting frustrated and started to walk away despite waiting up to 45 minutes to an hour. One of the young people who was fed up said “How can I book a time slot for 3pm and I’m still out here at 3:50pm, it’s a complete joke mate.” You could clearly tell he was annoyed as he walked out the queue with a look of disappointment on he’s face.

However, it seems like the people hosting this clothing pop up event weren’t expecting this turn up and were very surprised by the amount of people that showed up for these cheap sales. One of the staff members said “We weren’t expecting this much people to turn up. Usually the cancellation rate is nearly up to 50% but not people cancelled around this time which is why people have been waiting for so long.” The staff members were very pleased with the event but some people walked away wishing they never came.