> They Are Not Above the Law
They Are Not Above the Law
THEY ARE NOT ABOVE THE LAW.
Speeding tickets? Ever get one? Nobody wants to get caught speeding. People speed all the time, sometimes at very excessive dangerous speeds. But rarely do we here about those violators that do it indoors. I'm talking about in the supermarkets. While working or shopping in supermarkets I have seen people speeding and get summonses by the supermarket police. AND...they deserve them. I'm talking about people driving those motorized special need carts. Sure, I feel sorry their mobility is impaired ,often impossible to shop without them BUT does that give them the right to speed up and down the aisles.?
These are not Go-Karts. It's not the Indy or Daytona 500 race. I'm glad the supermarket cops in the stores I work in are enforcing the law here. Shoppers should not have to shop in fear or put their lives in jeopardy when these careless and thoughtless people zoom around the aisles . Being handicapped in some way is no excuse. They must obey the laws like everybody else.
From what I've been told by supermarket policemen or policewomen, the first speeding offense is $50 which should prove to be a a deterrent. . Second time caught speeding is $200 fine plus barred from that store for a full year and getting their special need cart licensed suspended for 18 months.
If this doesn't stop these maniacs , 6 months in the supermarket prison in some clandestine location is what awaits them where there only meals will consist of frozen food meat and vegetable alternatives
Knocking over displays and endcaps around the store is one thing but when the reckless driving puts us all in danger , there is no choice except for harsh punitive measures. I applaud those brave supermarket police who put their lives and donuts on the line for shoppers like you and me every day.
posted on May 14, 2021 4:25 PM ()
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