Selling baby food for crack. Years ago, maybe 25 or so, was walking through a city centre late at night and a couple with a baby in a stroller asked for money to buy nappies. The money was for crackThere's a tesco in Glasgow that keeps the cheese in the security cases, baby food too, fair enough the cheese but shouldn't do that to baby food, If someone's stealing baby food there obviously desperate, not that stealing is right but it's better than a baby going hungry
Just a wild, random thought, but do the (civilian) staff who are wearing the body cameras object to the (also) civilian customers who are also wearing them?I was in Tesco’s In Fraserburgh (Scotland) earlier. Several of the staff were wearing body cameras. Is this something I have missed elsewhere or is it unique to that store?