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Physical attacks/threats on staff.

Started by fatty, 04-11-07, 03:17AM

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Quote"We do think the community order threshold has been passed," warned chair of the bench Alan Elias, who ordered probation reports.

Nothing really to think about, assaulting a worker simply doing his duty and causing a couple of grands worth of damage to a store because he could not get his own way and purchase cigarettes. That should result in custody without question.
Do not let anyone tell you there is not a decent job and life beyond Tesco.

Nomad

I agree, custodial sentence is warranted.
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Drunk Scots chef attacked Tesco worker and threatened 'I'm going to kill your mother' (https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/drunk-scots-chef-attacked-tesco-26077940)

QuoteA drunk chef attacked a staff member at a Tesco Express after telling him: "I'm going to kill your mother".

Gordon Bees came into the Edinburgh store despite being barred from the premises before carrying out the assault.

The 34-year-old dad-of-five later went into a neighbouring hotel and assaulted a worker after claiming he wanted a room.

Police officers arresting Bees had to put him in a spit hood after he began coughing and telling them he had Covid-19.

What a fine example of a human being, NOT.
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