TROL­LEY TROLL

Southern Gazette (Belmont) - - OPINION -

I HAVE just re­turned from a visit to The Park Cen­tre in East Vic­to­ria Park.

See­ing a va­cant car bay, I asked the per­son un­load­ing from her trol­ley bas­ket (placed in the va­cant bay) into the boot of her car, if she could place the trol­ley be­hind her car (right next to her boot) to al­low me en­try into the bay.

She told me in no un­cer­tain terms that she would do so only when she had fin­ished.

I pointed out that there were cars wait­ing to pass be­hind me, but again she said I would have to wait.

When she had un­loaded, she left her trol­ley in the door­way of the shop­ping cen­tre, re­turned to her car and called me rude for ask­ing her to move the trol­ley.

Such ar­ro­gance is as­tound­ing, con­firmed by the nearby driv­ers who could just not be­lieve what they had wit­nessed.

NAME and ad­dress sup­plied.

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