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Re: Hero security guard.
« Reply #25 on: 17-10-17, 11:41PM »

who did the investigation ? who did he work for ? and who sacked him ? ,

And not only has he lost his job , he wont be able to get a new job in security ,

Who ever did the investigation should be investigated themselves for not doing a proper and thorough investigation and loose their job(s), the guy should also prosecute them for slander / defamation of character ?

Who ever sacked him should also loose their job, and the security guard should put in a claim for unfair dismissal and try to get another twenty grand from who ever was responsible for the false libellous accusation of which the police cleared him of when they did a much better and more thorough investigation ?


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Re: Hero security guard.
« Reply #26 on: 24-04-18, 10:52AM »

A supermarket security guard led two parents and their two children to safety after running into block of flats when he saw thick black smoke coming from inside.

Jim Fenner had just gone on his break at the Tesco Express in Norwich Road, Thetford when the drama unfolded at around 6.30pm on Sunday evening.

Well done to Jim  :thumbup:
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Re: Hero security guard.
« Reply #27 on: 24-04-18, 12:32PM »

Good to hear a positive story surrounding this company for a change.


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Re: Hero security guard.
« Reply #28 on: 24-04-18, 08:24PM »
probably nothing to do with the company, if he was on an unpaid break, he did it in his own time.

Just glad the guy is okay.

And that no 'tesco spokesperson' had the gall to climb on the back of a brave mans exploits.
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Re: Hero security guard.
« Reply #29 on: 24-04-18, 11:36PM »
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