Asda door row rumbles on
Sir – Brassed off or bricked up? Regarding Asda s back doors again! I work in the shop and there have been many customers coming through checkout aisles even when customers are being served or unloading their shopping. These people know who they are.
Sir - Brassed off or bricked up?
Regarding Asda's back doors again!
I work in the shop and there have been many customers coming through checkout aisles even when customers are being served or unloading their shopping.
These people know who they are.
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It is not fair on other shoppers and these people will be named and shamed; we have cameras around the store.
Cashiers ask them to please go down the other end and they are just ignored or abused.
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From 2009 the back entrance will be bricked up and that will solve the issues of staff being abused and hopefully stop people barging through.
This is what customers have been told.
However, if customers use common sense and stop barging through the checkouts, Asda may change its mind.
Please do not enter through checkouts and maybe the doors will stay open.
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Editor's note: We contacted the store and a duty manager has told us there are no plans to brick up the rear doors.
Sir - Regarding Asda door trouble.
As you have been good enough to print a letter from our store manager and our local MP Grant Shapps, I would still like to ask if we the general public will be allowed to turn right on entering the store rather than walk the length of the shop with only windows on one side and cash machines the other, before we can start to handle any goods?
Also, if or when spare parts are wanted could they be air-lifted for quickness instead of being shipped from Germany.
Old French Horn Lane, Hatfield.