Police hunt for hit and run driver after incident at Sainsbury's, Pitwines, Poole

Security guard in collision with car as he attempted to stop shoplifter, police say

Security guard in collision with car as he attempted to stop shoplifter, police say

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A SUPERMARKET security guard was taken to hospital after a fleeing shoplifter drove a car into him.

The thief, who had stolen some wine, got into a vehicle pursued by the security guard.

The car then hit the guard and left the scene.

The drama occurred at Sainsbury’s in Pitwines Close, Poole, at 1.29pm, on Thursday lunchtime.

Detective Sergeant Julie Dransfield of Bournemouth and Poole CID, said that, fortunately, the security guard was not seriously injured.

She added: “The offending vehicle is a blue Citroen Xsara and two men were seen in the car. One of them is described as white, approximately 45 years old and of athletic build.

“He is bald and was wearing a white shirt under a grey blazer and dark jeans.”

A spokesperson for South Western Ambulance Service confirmed that they received a call at 1.31pm and an ambulance crew attended to a man who received leg and ankle injuries after being hit by a car.

The man was taken to Poole Hospital to receive treatment.

Sainsbury’s confirmed that an incident occurred at its store in Pitwines Close which involved a shoplifter stealing an amount of alcohol.

The spokesperson said that the security guard gave chase and as he turned a corner outside the store, he was hit by a car.

Detective Sergeant Dransfield urged witnesses and anyone with information to contact Dorset Police on 101, quoting incident number 26:206.

Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.

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5:08pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 95

5:31pm Thu 26 Jun 14

jenep2 says...

Worthless scum!!!
Worthless scum!!! jenep2
  • Score: 17

6:38pm Thu 26 Jun 14

MotorbikeSam says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined.. MotorbikeSam
  • Score: -117

7:21pm Thu 26 Jun 14

pete woodley says...

MotorbikeSam wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
I normally do not agree with beachy head but he is right this time,some but definitely not all, do it without looking for power.i did many years of it,and one reason i did it was that most of the time,you were your own man,with nobody chasing you.My happiest days were with the council patrolling the central gardens,and i was very pleased to get a thank you letter.
[quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..[/p][/quote]I normally do not agree with beachy head but he is right this time,some but definitely not all, do it without looking for power.i did many years of it,and one reason i did it was that most of the time,you were your own man,with nobody chasing you.My happiest days were with the council patrolling the central gardens,and i was very pleased to get a thank you letter. pete woodley
  • Score: 35

7:21pm Thu 26 Jun 14

sea poole says...

Motorbike Sam -Your inane comment is only exceeded by your ignorance
Motorbike Sam -Your inane comment is only exceeded by your ignorance sea poole
  • Score: 63

7:47pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Controversial But True says...

Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer? Controversial But True
  • Score: -52

7:56pm Thu 26 Jun 14

jenep2 says...

Motorbike Sam - maybe he does the job because he is a hard working young man doing what he can to support his family, no one deserves to go through this especially someone just trying to do his job and earn a living it's a shame the thieving cowardly scum that did this can't be bothered to get up everyday go out get a job rather than stealing risking lives
Motorbike Sam - maybe he does the job because he is a hard working young man doing what he can to support his family, no one deserves to go through this especially someone just trying to do his job and earn a living it's a shame the thieving cowardly scum that did this can't be bothered to get up everyday go out get a job rather than stealing risking lives jenep2
  • Score: 90

8:49pm Thu 26 Jun 14

dorsetgills says...

I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing.
Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor.
When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision.
I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing. Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor. When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision. dorsetgills
  • Score: -70

9:57pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Chief-Wiggum says...

A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them. Chief-Wiggum
  • Score: 62

10:04pm Thu 26 Jun 14

pete woodley says...

Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
Smack on.
[quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]Smack on. pete woodley
  • Score: 41

10:08pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Ragwin says...

Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.
[quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it. Ragwin
  • Score: -68

10:11pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Chief-Wiggum says...

Ragwin wrote:
Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.
Yes true but they do the job the same as bin men do their job and cleaners do their job. Its not fantastic but its a job and pays wages.
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.[/p][/quote]Yes true but they do the job the same as bin men do their job and cleaners do their job. Its not fantastic but its a job and pays wages. Chief-Wiggum
  • Score: 60

10:21pm Thu 26 Jun 14

jenep2 says...

Ragwin wrote:
Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.
No they don't have to do the job they could go on the rob for a living or live of benefits dump their kids and not give a monkeys but most do it because it's a job it pays the bills it gives them some self respect it teaches their children it's good to go out to work to earn money rather than steal and hurt people you know what it's called BASIC OLD FASHIONED SELF RESPECT AND PRINCIPLES it's a shame more people don't get off their backsides and try to do the right thing
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.[/p][/quote]No they don't have to do the job they could go on the rob for a living or live of benefits dump their kids and not give a monkeys but most do it because it's a job it pays the bills it gives them some self respect it teaches their children it's good to go out to work to earn money rather than steal and hurt people you know what it's called BASIC OLD FASHIONED SELF RESPECT AND PRINCIPLES it's a shame more people don't get off their backsides and try to do the right thing jenep2
  • Score: 77

11:44pm Thu 26 Jun 14

stevobath says...

Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Yes.

Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S!
[quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]Yes. Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S! stevobath
  • Score: -57

11:55pm Thu 26 Jun 14

stevobath says...

Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
Free speech.
If someone wants to possibly put themselves in harms way everyday for minimum wages that's their choice.
Great job. Get run over all for a few bottles of plonk.
Still no one deserves that but that's just how things are these days.
[quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]Free speech. If someone wants to possibly put themselves in harms way everyday for minimum wages that's their choice. Great job. Get run over all for a few bottles of plonk. Still no one deserves that but that's just how things are these days. stevobath
  • Score: -33

6:48am Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

stevobath wrote:
Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Yes.

Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S!
You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]Yes. Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S![/p][/quote]You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 29

6:54am Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

dorsetgills wrote:
I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing.
Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor.
When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision.
Sounds like you were coming out of spec savers empty handed
[quote][p][bold]dorsetgills[/bold] wrote: I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing. Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor. When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision.[/p][/quote]Sounds like you were coming out of spec savers empty handed kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 20

7:23am Fri 27 Jun 14

we-shall-see says...

Ragwin wrote:
Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.
Yes, you are correct it is their own choice and a good one at that - got to be better than standing in line to sign for JSA, which is what you and many others prefer to do, rather than go out and earn a wage however meagre.

To the thieves who did this - I hope they catch up with you very soon and throw the book at you. No one deserves to get run over for the sake of a bottle of cheap plonk ffs!!
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.[/p][/quote]Yes, you are correct it is their own choice and a good one at that - got to be better than standing in line to sign for JSA, which is what you and many others prefer to do, rather than go out and earn a wage however meagre. To the thieves who did this - I hope they catch up with you very soon and throw the book at you. No one deserves to get run over for the sake of a bottle of cheap plonk ffs!! we-shall-see
  • Score: 31

7:57am Fri 27 Jun 14

AWSCHWLW says...

These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?
These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising? AWSCHWLW
  • Score: 33

8:29am Fri 27 Jun 14

spooki says...

Would it be better if all the security guards quit today and they all go on benefits? Would that stop you all grumbling? No!
Someone was doing their job and got hurt in the process. How about a comment on the bloke who STOLE something from a shop and then he or his mate purposely ran over an innocent man? This guard was doing what he could to stop a crime from happening.
Good grief.
Would it be better if all the security guards quit today and they all go on benefits? Would that stop you all grumbling? No! Someone was doing their job and got hurt in the process. How about a comment on the bloke who STOLE something from a shop and then he or his mate purposely ran over an innocent man? This guard was doing what he could to stop a crime from happening. Good grief. spooki
  • Score: 29

9:03am Fri 27 Jun 14

bosco1 says...

Anyone either working or going about there daily life does not deserve to be threatened, or attempted to be run over.! No doubt these guys involved stealing from the store are on some kind of benefits, and yet they manage to run a Car....Who helps pay for the car and its costs us the tax payer. I hope the security guy recovers very soon and these culprits are caught and yes take away the car.Sell it and put the money into the central "Victims Fund".
Anyone either working or going about there daily life does not deserve to be threatened, or attempted to be run over.! No doubt these guys involved stealing from the store are on some kind of benefits, and yet they manage to run a Car....Who helps pay for the car and its costs us the tax payer. I hope the security guy recovers very soon and these culprits are caught and yes take away the car.Sell it and put the money into the central "Victims Fund". bosco1
  • Score: 20

9:05am Fri 27 Jun 14

iseestupidpeople says...

Fingers crossed they have CCTV in the carpark!
Fingers crossed they have CCTV in the carpark! iseestupidpeople
  • Score: 14

9:22am Fri 27 Jun 14

Cliff Falls says...

iseestupidpeople wrote:
Fingers crossed they have CCTV in the carpark!
I would think that will be the case - I know that the Castlepoint Centre has 10 second stills of all areas of the car park. It came in useful when a neighbour got knocked down pushing her trolley from ASDA and ended in hospital with a broken foot and leg. The evidence ended up with the driver finding her insurance had to pay hefty compensation.
[quote][p][bold]iseestupidpeople[/bold] wrote: Fingers crossed they have CCTV in the carpark![/p][/quote]I would think that will be the case - I know that the Castlepoint Centre has 10 second stills of all areas of the car park. It came in useful when a neighbour got knocked down pushing her trolley from ASDA and ended in hospital with a broken foot and leg. The evidence ended up with the driver finding her insurance had to pay hefty compensation. Cliff Falls
  • Score: 13

10:19am Fri 27 Jun 14

Frank28 says...

If security guards choose to pursue determined thieves, then they're taking their life in their own hands. The guard could have easily been stabbed. For a bottle of wine, it's not worth it.
If security guards choose to pursue determined thieves, then they're taking their life in their own hands. The guard could have easily been stabbed. For a bottle of wine, it's not worth it. Frank28
  • Score: -18

10:21am Fri 27 Jun 14

hamworthygirl says...

Ragwin wrote:
Chief-Wiggum wrote:
A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.
They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.
That's like saying nurses dont have to do the job they do or policemen, well someone has to do it. What some people dont realise that everytime something is stolen the costs of that increases the price of goods. Ok if you happy to pay for that im not, i once chased a guy who pinched alcohol when i worked on the wine department whether i was right to risk it being a small woman but it makes me mad to see low life thinking they get away without paying. Not all security guards are jobsworths either, they are trying to earn a living honestly.
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chief-Wiggum[/bold] wrote: A retail security guards job is a tough one, you are expected to do everything, know everything, work all the hours the shop is open, take abuse from people, help people, stop thieves, stop trouble makers, be in 50 places at once and still find time to breath! The pay is minimal and the expectations are high. Unless you have done it then don't sit there slating them.[/p][/quote]They don't have to do the job. It's their choice to do it.[/p][/quote]That's like saying nurses dont have to do the job they do or policemen, well someone has to do it. What some people dont realise that everytime something is stolen the costs of that increases the price of goods. Ok if you happy to pay for that im not, i once chased a guy who pinched alcohol when i worked on the wine department whether i was right to risk it being a small woman but it makes me mad to see low life thinking they get away without paying. Not all security guards are jobsworths either, they are trying to earn a living honestly. hamworthygirl
  • Score: 23

11:09am Fri 27 Jun 14

Carolyn43 says...

Frank28 wrote:
If security guards choose to pursue determined thieves, then they're taking their life in their own hands. The guard could have easily been stabbed. For a bottle of wine, it's not worth it.
I've been stopped coming out of a supermarket a couple of times when the alarm has gone off. Each time I stopped and waited for the security guard to come and check my bags and receipt. I had paid for everything, but occasionally the scanner gets it wrong as it did with me on each occasion.

The security guards were polite and so was I, but I can imagine they do come across some who aren't and who get abusive, threaten or get physical.

They do a difficult job for low pay, but they have chosen to work rather than be on benefits. So good on them. I wouldn't want to do it, but nowadays they are essential because of those who are freeloaders and criminals.
[quote][p][bold]Frank28[/bold] wrote: If security guards choose to pursue determined thieves, then they're taking their life in their own hands. The guard could have easily been stabbed. For a bottle of wine, it's not worth it.[/p][/quote]I've been stopped coming out of a supermarket a couple of times when the alarm has gone off. Each time I stopped and waited for the security guard to come and check my bags and receipt. I had paid for everything, but occasionally the scanner gets it wrong as it did with me on each occasion. The security guards were polite and so was I, but I can imagine they do come across some who aren't and who get abusive, threaten or get physical. They do a difficult job for low pay, but they have chosen to work rather than be on benefits. So good on them. I wouldn't want to do it, but nowadays they are essential because of those who are freeloaders and criminals. Carolyn43
  • Score: 16

11:35am Fri 27 Jun 14

billy bumble says...

dorsetgills wrote:
I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing.
Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor.
When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision.
I wonder if you would mind doing me a small kindness?

Could you perhaps supply me with a list of where you are parking your caravan this summer?

Don't bother to include the GDSF - I have already assumed you will be there
[quote][p][bold]dorsetgills[/bold] wrote: I don't respect these security guards twice they have pulled me in for shop lifting though I have never stolen a thing. Also last year I've witnessed them stop a shop lifter which is just but the security guy punched him in the face and kicked him twice when he collapsed to the floor. When the police arrived and I finally got to talk to the officer I was told that I couldn't have seen it properly as I was to far away. Suppose six feet can compare my vision.[/p][/quote]I wonder if you would mind doing me a small kindness? Could you perhaps supply me with a list of where you are parking your caravan this summer? Don't bother to include the GDSF - I have already assumed you will be there billy bumble
  • Score: 9

11:46am Fri 27 Jun 14

live-and-let-live says...

only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it. live-and-let-live
  • Score: -11

12:43pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
Justice
[quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]Justice kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 8

12:44pm Fri 27 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter. JemBmth
  • Score: -11

12:45pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
Just as well not every one thinks like you.
[quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]Just as well not every one thinks like you. kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 13

12:54pm Fri 27 Jun 14

live-and-let-live says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
Just as well not every one thinks like you.
health and safety would definitely think as I do. risking his life for a bottle of wine isn't going to gain justice.
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]Just as well not every one thinks like you.[/p][/quote]health and safety would definitely think as I do. risking his life for a bottle of wine isn't going to gain justice. live-and-let-live
  • Score: -12

1:10pm Fri 27 Jun 14

justsayithowitis says...

live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
Security guard was chasing someone from the store so they were on foot. He turned a corner not knowing the scum had got into a car which was then aimed at him. It doesn't say he chased after the car so maybe he isn't an idiot after all. Just someone doing his job
[quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]Security guard was chasing someone from the store so they were on foot. He turned a corner not knowing the scum had got into a car which was then aimed at him. It doesn't say he chased after the car so maybe he isn't an idiot after all. Just someone doing his job justsayithowitis
  • Score: 16

1:13pm Fri 27 Jun 14

gerbil112 says...

live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
If he was chasing AFTER a moving car, how did the car manage to run him over? Read the story again to understand what happened.
[quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]If he was chasing AFTER a moving car, how did the car manage to run him over? Read the story again to understand what happened. gerbil112
  • Score: 13

1:33pm Fri 27 Jun 14

cazzia says...

MotorbikeSam wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
your comment unfortunately shows everyone that reads it how narrow minded you are and that you have absolutely no idea what your talking about .
[quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..[/p][/quote]your comment unfortunately shows everyone that reads it how narrow minded you are and that you have absolutely no idea what your talking about . cazzia
  • Score: 7

1:44pm Fri 27 Jun 14

stevobath says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Yes.

Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S!
You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you
Says the man who went to Oakmead.....
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]Yes. Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S![/p][/quote]You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you[/p][/quote]Says the man who went to Oakmead..... stevobath
  • Score: 1

2:08pm Fri 27 Jun 14

bourne free says...

JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ? bourne free
  • Score: 2

2:19pm Fri 27 Jun 14

MotorbikeSam says...

AWSCHWLW wrote:
These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?
your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job..
I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!!
[quote][p][bold]AWSCHWLW[/bold] wrote: These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?[/p][/quote]your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job.. I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!! MotorbikeSam
  • Score: -13

3:02pm Fri 27 Jun 14

AWSCHWLW says...

MotorbikeSam wrote:
AWSCHWLW wrote:
These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?
your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job..
I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!!
How about you keyboard warrior you go and get a job instead of slating people who actually work for a living. You are a ignorant person who should learn that security are needed so the likes of possibly you dont go around taking things that dont belong to you. Shame how i can imagine you would nt say this too a security guys face would ya.
[quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AWSCHWLW[/bold] wrote: These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?[/p][/quote]your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job.. I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!![/p][/quote]How about you keyboard warrior you go and get a job instead of slating people who actually work for a living. You are a ignorant person who should learn that security are needed so the likes of possibly you dont go around taking things that dont belong to you. Shame how i can imagine you would nt say this too a security guys face would ya. AWSCHWLW
  • Score: 6

3:24pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Loonyspoon says...

Such a shame that all the negativity on here isn't directed at the people who deserve it - the feckless freeloaders who seem to think it's their god-given right to walk into a shop and steal things whilst the rest of us have to go out and earn the money to buy them. Irrespective of what you think about security guards and the job they do, no one deserves to go to work and get injured.
Such a shame that all the negativity on here isn't directed at the people who deserve it - the feckless freeloaders who seem to think it's their god-given right to walk into a shop and steal things whilst the rest of us have to go out and earn the money to buy them. Irrespective of what you think about security guards and the job they do, no one deserves to go to work and get injured. Loonyspoon
  • Score: 11

3:37pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Understated says...

everytime things get stolen from stores, it affects the workers of that shop, and the customers.

missing money means the store budget is lower than it should be, meaning overtime isnt available, or some people will lose hours from their contract and over stretched.

without security guards, your store could lose £1000 or more a day on wine and meat.

when that happens in every store, imagine how expensive those items will become, just to make up the losses? that would mean customers paying more for the same items they used to get cheaper. no deals and special offers, just higher prices.

meanwhile the people who go in and help themselves to whats on the shelving can just get away with it because theres no security guards to deter them, no threat of being caught and arrested. so what stops them? no-one

we NEED security guards and they deserve better pay for th work they do to be able to stop the wrong kinds of people, stealing from everyone else and making life harder for hundreds more.
everytime things get stolen from stores, it affects the workers of that shop, and the customers. missing money means the store budget is lower than it should be, meaning overtime isnt available, or some people will lose hours from their contract and over stretched. without security guards, your store could lose £1000 or more a day on wine and meat. when that happens in every store, imagine how expensive those items will become, just to make up the losses? that would mean customers paying more for the same items they used to get cheaper. no deals and special offers, just higher prices. meanwhile the people who go in and help themselves to whats on the shelving can just get away with it because theres no security guards to deter them, no threat of being caught and arrested. so what stops them? no-one we NEED security guards and they deserve better pay for th work they do to be able to stop the wrong kinds of people, stealing from everyone else and making life harder for hundreds more. Understated
  • Score: 9

4:14pm Fri 27 Jun 14

pete woodley says...

I would like to see some comments from the bosses of security firms.
I would like to see some comments from the bosses of security firms. pete woodley
  • Score: 4

4:30pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

MotorbikeSam wrote:
AWSCHWLW wrote:
These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?
your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job..
I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!!
Here we have an amatuare social commentator Sat in sweaty bedroom plastered with Harley Davidson posters and leather underpants discrediting working people, what a sad sod
[quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AWSCHWLW[/bold] wrote: These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?[/p][/quote]your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job.. I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!![/p][/quote]Here we have an amatuare social commentator Sat in sweaty bedroom plastered with Harley Davidson posters and leather underpants discrediting working people, what a sad sod kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 6

4:34pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

stevobath wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Yes.

Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S!
You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you
Says the man who went to Oakmead.....
Yep that's me .Alma road must bring some fond memories
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]Yes. Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S![/p][/quote]You really are an unpleasant Oik . try being nice it may shock you[/p][/quote]Says the man who went to Oakmead.....[/p][/quote]Yep that's me .Alma road must bring some fond memories kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 1

4:58pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

live-and-let-live wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
live-and-let-live wrote:
only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.
Just as well not every one thinks like you.
health and safety would definitely think as I do. risking his life for a bottle of wine isn't going to gain justice.
I Remember a kid drowning because potential rescuers were told not to go in because of H&S perhaps shop lifters should wear high vis and beep when they are,stealing
[quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]live-and-let-live[/bold] wrote: only an idiot would chase after a moving car. what did he hope would be achieved by doing it.[/p][/quote]Just as well not every one thinks like you.[/p][/quote]health and safety would definitely think as I do. risking his life for a bottle of wine isn't going to gain justice.[/p][/quote]I Remember a kid drowning because potential rescuers were told not to go in because of H&S perhaps shop lifters should wear high vis and beep when they are,stealing kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 3

5:08pm Fri 27 Jun 14

cazzia says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
MotorbikeSam wrote:
AWSCHWLW wrote:
These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?
your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job..
I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!!
Here we have an amatuare social commentator Sat in sweaty bedroom plastered with Harley Davidson posters and leather underpants discrediting working people, what a sad sod
I love your comment. It may not be a Harley more likely to be a hairdryer type.
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AWSCHWLW[/bold] wrote: These people slating Security guys/girls do you have any idea what they have to go through? My other half is one n a **** good one hes had dirty needles pulled on him threatened with his life. Yes noone asks him to do it but he loves it n it makes him happy and at least he has a job and can walk around with his head held high knowing he has a job n can support his family in a respectable way. You have no idea of the paperwork that is behind it either so too say they are not bright is rubbish. Too the guy thats been halled in twice you ever thought of complaining too someone? Instead of **** n critising?[/p][/quote]your other half is a ***** security guard ***** as I said they are a certain type of person that does the job.. I rest my case AWSHWLW says it far better than I ever could !!!!![/p][/quote]Here we have an amatuare social commentator Sat in sweaty bedroom plastered with Harley Davidson posters and leather underpants discrediting working people, what a sad sod[/p][/quote]I love your comment. It may not be a Harley more likely to be a hairdryer type. cazzia
  • Score: 1

5:10pm Fri 27 Jun 14

delta3 says...

It appears that there are a lot of negative comments aimed at the Guard doing his job but very little towards the actual criminals in this story. Why is that? Oh and please don't forget the Guard would also have to pay for his own license to work every 3 years unlike most jobs where you can turn up and work without cost to yourself. I wish him a speedy recovery and hope that the nasty element on here never need a Security Guards help!
It appears that there are a lot of negative comments aimed at the Guard doing his job but very little towards the actual criminals in this story. Why is that? Oh and please don't forget the Guard would also have to pay for his own license to work every 3 years unlike most jobs where you can turn up and work without cost to yourself. I wish him a speedy recovery and hope that the nasty element on here never need a Security Guards help! delta3
  • Score: 7

5:18pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Ex store detective says...

MotorbikeSam wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!!
[quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..[/p][/quote]What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!! Ex store detective
  • Score: 10

6:17pm Fri 27 Jun 14

pete woodley says...

Ex store detective wrote:
MotorbikeSam wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!!
Great letter,some of the comments come obviously from the type of person who gives security guards a hell of a lot of hassle.A lot of these towrags both male and female,keep moving around,not just around their own local area but go out of town Southampton,Salisbur
y,Dorchester,Weymout
h,etc,they often get rid of their stolen goods in pubs,cafes,clubs,and even door to door.The bigger shops put up with the losses,the small ones suffer.They rob even charity shops,where some turn a blind eye,when i once reported a shoplifter,in a charity shop,i was told to mind my own business.
[quote][p][bold]Ex store detective[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..[/p][/quote]What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!![/p][/quote]Great letter,some of the comments come obviously from the type of person who gives security guards a hell of a lot of hassle.A lot of these towrags both male and female,keep moving around,not just around their own local area but go out of town Southampton,Salisbur y,Dorchester,Weymout h,etc,they often get rid of their stolen goods in pubs,cafes,clubs,and even door to door.The bigger shops put up with the losses,the small ones suffer.They rob even charity shops,where some turn a blind eye,when i once reported a shoplifter,in a charity shop,i was told to mind my own business. pete woodley
  • Score: 3

6:30pm Fri 27 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
Neither, I don't live on a council estate, have a job and have no criminal record.
[quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]Neither, I don't live on a council estate, have a job and have no criminal record. JemBmth
  • Score: -3

6:33pm Fri 27 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
[quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above. JemBmth
  • Score: -1

6:37pm Fri 27 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

JemBmth wrote:
bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh!
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above.[/p][/quote]Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh! JemBmth
  • Score: -3

7:04pm Fri 27 Jun 14

kalebmoledirt says...

JemBmth wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh!
I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ?
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above.[/p][/quote]Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh![/p][/quote]I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ? kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 4

8:15pm Fri 27 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh!
I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ?
For a start, I am someone who can spell and use grammar correctly. Perhaps Oakmead is not a great supporter of the English language!

I only come on here to see how many people can't take a joke. It's quite good fun :-)
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above.[/p][/quote]Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh![/p][/quote]I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ?[/p][/quote]For a start, I am someone who can spell and use grammar correctly. Perhaps Oakmead is not a great supporter of the English language! I only come on here to see how many people can't take a joke. It's quite good fun :-) JemBmth
  • Score: -9

8:27pm Fri 27 Jun 14

pete woodley says...

JemBmth wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh!
I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ?
For a start, I am someone who can spell and use grammar correctly. Perhaps Oakmead is not a great supporter of the English language!

I only come on here to see how many people can't take a joke. It's quite good fun :-)
Wheres the joke,it just looks like a stupid attempt to wind people up,very silly and complete waste of time.
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above.[/p][/quote]Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh![/p][/quote]I was bought up on West Howe went to Oakmead Have close family and friend on Townsend and very happy to debate your pompous self opinionated views on these domatory estates that house many hard working people that have values and aspiration for their family.So that's me .And you are ?[/p][/quote]For a start, I am someone who can spell and use grammar correctly. Perhaps Oakmead is not a great supporter of the English language! I only come on here to see how many people can't take a joke. It's quite good fun :-)[/p][/quote]Wheres the joke,it just looks like a stupid attempt to wind people up,very silly and complete waste of time. pete woodley
  • Score: 8

1:06pm Sat 28 Jun 14

honestopinion84 says...

was it really worth it to take on a solid motorised tin can over a bottle of wine, they were obviously on camera, but to be a hero he stood in front of a pretty much immovavable object

ill get flamed for this

un fkn lucky
was it really worth it to take on a solid motorised tin can over a bottle of wine, they were obviously on camera, but to be a hero he stood in front of a pretty much immovavable object ill get flamed for this un fkn lucky honestopinion84
  • Score: -6

6:39pm Sat 28 Jun 14

Thefullstory says...

stevobath wrote:
Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
Yes.

Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S!
A PCSO actually has less power than a security officer. The truth is the guard chased the male and after the male went over a wall the guard followed on foot only to be run over by the suspect who had a car waiting for him. The suspect aimed for the guy and ran him over. So all of you saying the guard deserved it stand in a line on the duel carriage way and see how you like it.
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]Yes. Not bright enough for either & sense of power replaces their small PE&&S![/p][/quote]A PCSO actually has less power than a security officer. The truth is the guard chased the male and after the male went over a wall the guard followed on foot only to be run over by the suspect who had a car waiting for him. The suspect aimed for the guy and ran him over. So all of you saying the guard deserved it stand in a line on the duel carriage way and see how you like it. Thefullstory
  • Score: 6

9:08pm Sun 29 Jun 14

breamoreboy says...

JemBmth wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
bourne free wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.
Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?
I have explained above.
Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh!
You've completely lost me, would you be kind enough to explain, thanks.
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: Oh, it's in Poole. Doesn't matter.[/p][/quote]Lets guess what estate your from then Townsend or West Howe ?[/p][/quote]I have explained above.[/p][/quote]Well obviously I don't live on one of those estates. If I did, I wouldn't be able to get the internet - duh![/p][/quote]You've completely lost me, would you be kind enough to explain, thanks. breamoreboy
  • Score: 2

10:20pm Sun 29 Jun 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

Controversial But True wrote:
Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?
PCSO and traffic warden
[quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: Isn't a security guard the one inbetween PCSO and a real police officer?[/p][/quote]PCSO and traffic warden HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 1

11:07pm Sun 29 Jun 14

MotorbikeSam says...

Ex store detective wrote:
MotorbikeSam wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.
so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..
What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!!
again a security guard proving my point, I have never had a syringe pulled on me, no death threats, never punched, kicked, or spat at and never had a machete pulled on me or earned virtually the minimum wage . Who would do that job " a certain type of person" I did not say they were good or bad people just a certain type
so before you are " sic" all over your keyboard try reading, digesting and thinking before throwing your toys out... some security personnel do little to further their cause !!! specialy the one who said " I wouldn't say it to his face " quite right because he/she might punch me... in a certain way hehe
[quote][p][bold]Ex store detective[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MotorbikeSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Its a tough miserable, poorly paid existence for security guards. Rarely ever thanked, always in line for overstepping their powers and falling foul of the law themselves. The job is a no win, no win, no win situation.[/p][/quote]so why don't they take up a new career ???? if being a security guard is so awful ?? proberly because it is a certain type of person that take the job and they do so because of they like the authority and power it gives tham even if it is only imagined..[/p][/quote]What the hell would you know!!! I've worked in retail security for years and have had a syringe pulled on me, death threats, punched, kicked, spat at and even a machete pulled on me all for a virtually minimum wage job. I also have to right OFFICIAL Police statements to produce as evidence in court and if summoned as a witness have to attend court by law and don't get paid for it. The law protects shoplifters far more than it did us and you are literally risking your life on a daily basis. So why do it I hear you ask? Because it's self rewarding, knowing your doing something to help reduce crime and to make YOUR shopping environment as safe as possible. If we don't do our job we dont keep it and can't pay the bills. Also if there weren't any security guards in the sites theft would rise and the stores would have no choice but to raise their costs and ultimately your outgoings, did you ever think of it that way?! Without us shoplifters would run riot, customers would be getting pic pocketed left right and centre and town centres would be riddled with alcoholic smack head types and the thanks we get for it is people like you that have no idea and no experience in security. You make me sic!!![/p][/quote]again a security guard proving my point, I have never had a syringe pulled on me, no death threats, never punched, kicked, or spat at and never had a machete pulled on me or earned virtually the minimum wage . Who would do that job " a certain type of person" I did not say they were good or bad people just a certain type so before you are " sic" all over your keyboard try reading, digesting and thinking before throwing your toys out... some security personnel do little to further their cause !!! specialy the one who said " I wouldn't say it to his face " quite right because he/she might punch me... in a certain way hehe MotorbikeSam
  • Score: -4

8:32pm Mon 30 Jun 14

breamoreboy says...

60 comments for a bloke getting hammered by a thief in a car on the run, over 100 for a cyclist going through a red light and narrowly missing a group of school children. I believe that perfectly sums up the attitude of many of the posters on this site.
60 comments for a bloke getting hammered by a thief in a car on the run, over 100 for a cyclist going through a red light and narrowly missing a group of school children. I believe that perfectly sums up the attitude of many of the posters on this site. breamoreboy
  • Score: -1

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