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post Mar 2 2018, 02:54 PM
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For example , a shop , someone's house , a car etc
Have you ever been barred from somewhere

When I was 7 I got asked to leave the neighbours house for spilling juice on the floor.
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:17 PM
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Only place I can think of is nightclubs for the usual drunken antics (lying down on the dancefloor and not getting up, being sick on the dancefloor, opening the fire exits etc.) and McDonalds once for being sick in a bag after a night out and leaking it on the floor down the entirety of the restaurant.

I was a well-behaved child and never shoplifted or was kicked out of school.
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:21 PM
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I was kicked out of the 24 hour pub in Aberystwyth for falling asleep and I got shoved into a taxi home.

I was also kicked out of a pub a couple of years ago for ‘swaying’. Me and my mates had been to a beer festival straight from work without eating and that proved a mistake by the time we hit town properly. But at least I wasn’t one of the ones that had the police following them home.
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:44 PM
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Yes, kicked out of and banned from Asda years ago for cutting the thick stalks off the broccoli. Well I don't use it so why should I pay for it? I go back in now though in disguise, usually as a nun. wink.gif

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post Mar 2 2018, 03:46 PM
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QUOTE(Crazy Chris @ Mar 2 2018, 03:44 PM) *
Yes,kicked out of and banned from Asda, for twisting the thick stalks off the broccoli. Well I don't use it so why should I pay for it? I go back in now though in disguise, usually as a nun. wink.gif


I see no reason to question the veracity of this story.
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:47 PM
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QUOTE(Bré @ Mar 2 2018, 03:46 PM) *
I see no reason to question the veracity of this story.



Well the nun bit may not be true but the broccoli part is as there was a long very funny thread about it over on Haven and a spoof newspaper article that someone here keeps posting.

Wasn't right. My daughter was only young and it upset her when we were thrown out. The manager asked me if I'd remove the bones from the pork chops next. rolleyes.gif Stupid analogy.


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post Mar 2 2018, 03:49 PM
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i thought you were kicked out of a store for farting
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:50 PM
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QUOTE(Josh! @ Mar 2 2018, 11:17 PM) *
Only place I can think of is nightclubs for the usual drunken antics (lying down on the dancefloor and not getting up, being sick on the dancefloor, opening the fire exits etc.) and McDonalds once for being sick in a bag after a night out and leaking it on the floor down the entirety of the restaurant.


!!! laugh.gif

Almost spat out my water when I read that last bit
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QUOTE(Cody Rippon @ Mar 2 2018, 03:49 PM) *
i thought you were kicked out of a store for farting



Yes but didn't want to bring that up again. tongue.gif
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post Mar 2 2018, 04:00 PM
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I remember once in Revolution this girl was walking behind me on the stairs with high-heeled shoes she could barely walk in, slipped onto me and caused me to fall down the stairs (obtaining a rather severe knee injury in the process). The security guy saw me at the bottom of the stairs and asked me to leave on the assumption I was too drunk.

I was really not happy, because he refused to hear my explanation. I think I even called him the nasty C word.
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post Mar 2 2018, 05:07 PM
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No actually, I've been in places where the staff make it obvious they want us to leave though but we've not actually done anything wrong that they can ask us too like pubs or trains usually ( and Nandos Basingstoke kink.gif). Even on nights out, it doesn't matter how drunk I am I'm always one of the more responsible ones and I'm good at not showing how pissed I am (so I think anyway). We were refused entry to like 3 places one night because my friends boyfriend was so drunk because he'd been at a gig before meeting us, the rest of us were near sober tho. I'm surprised I've never been kicked out of some places actually because I do tend to do stupid shit after a few vodkas laugh.gif
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post Mar 2 2018, 05:11 PM
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I think the only place I've ever been kicked out of is HMV when I was young and foolish. My friends and I were about 13 and just being silly and having photoshoots with random CDs in the store, as you do laugh.gif there was a particularly fierce one of me and Gaga's 'The Remix' that was my Facebook profile picture x anyway, some guy ushered us out and said we weren't to take photos or videos in there in the future, r00d.
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I've been kicked out of shops countless times for stupid reasons, If I'm with a group of more than like 8 people it's pretty much impossible to last more than 5 minutes in a shop
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Working in a supermarket I've lost count of the amount of times a manager or security guard has asked me to keep an eye on a couple of people (usually because they think they're gonna shop lift) and 9 times out of 10 it's teenagers. From what I've seen they're usually just innocently having a laugh but there does seem to be this unfair stigma that two or more teenagers in a shop are just there to cause trouble, it's a shame. I remember when i was at school, some local shops would actually have signs on the door saying no more than two kids at once in the store. It's actually quite discriminatory in hindsight.
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I was kicked out of a nightclub for taking down a poster of the slightly-popular in 2009 indie band Hockey (of "Song Away" fame) and putting it in my pocket. I can be a rather conniving drunk.
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We were kicked out Fat Sams in scumdee on my mates birthday after someone attacked her completely unprovoked. The attacker got to stay in the club!! Worst of all they threw us out after my friend reported to the bouncer that she was attacked!! We had a better night in the casino anyway so f*** em.
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QUOTE(Lindsey 🙃 @ Mar 2 2018, 05:59 PM) *
Working in a supermarket I've lost count of the amount of times a manager or security guard has asked me to keep an eye on a couple of people (usually because they think they're gonna shop lift) and 9 times out of 10 it's teenagers. From what I've seen they're usually just innocently having a laugh but there does seem to be this unfair stigma that two or more teenagers in a shop are just there to cause trouble, it's a shame. I remember when i was at school, some local shops would actually have signs on the door saying no more than two kids at once in the store. It's actually quite discriminatory in hindsight.



Yes, the corner shops and off-licences here all have that sign up. Maybe one day someone could challenge that in court!


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I got kicked out the Poundland once for farting sad.gif

Have you ever been asked to leave a shop?

I was just looking at the tinsel and farting. Someone must have complained. rolleyes.gif. The manager came over and asked me to leave. They said I could come back another day.

It's only natural!

Hope the farts didn't infuse with the fabric of the tinsel laugh.gif
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post Mar 2 2018, 07:13 PM
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For saying at the bookies. I wouldn't mind riding that and they thought I meant the cashier.
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Yes a nightclub, and also school I guess, I've been suspended a few times!
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