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By ThatMapGuy - / Monday 7 January 2019 19:00 / Israel - Tel Aviv
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By  Phil  |  12

Seems to me that if you had left your groceries at check out, or just dropped them, no alarms would have gone off. Unless you had something in your pocket, or purse, that set it off. I have seen some work IDs set them off; or even security tags from other stores.
Hope that you are able to get your car back.

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By  davidfong  |  4

I get why you did what you did but wouldn’t it have been easier to hit the panic button on your car. Or while running out yell someone breaking into my car.

By  Phil  |  12

Seems to me that if you had left your groceries at check out, or just dropped them, no alarms would have gone off. Unless you had something in your pocket, or purse, that set it off. I have seen some work IDs set them off; or even security tags from other stores.
Hope that you are able to get your car back.

By  bl3ur0z3  |  15

The laser scanner beeped? Because you didn't drop the unpaid for merchandise? It seems if I was running to keep my car from getting stolen, I wouldn't want the things I hadn't paid for weighing me down. You say you decided to make a run for it. It wasn't instinctive. You made a choice. A bad choice.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  16

He didn't say that he was carrying anything. I've had those things beep for me on my way into the store even. They can be set off on random items.

By  KittyMack  |  11

FYL indeed! It's hard to understand exactly what went down, without more details (but here we just assume the worst about the poster, it seems) but it's not your fault some criminal stole your car, and watching it happen, thinking that you might have stopped it if you'd gotten out of the store five minutes earlier, must have been torture. I can see someone panicking and forgetting to set down some goods, in such a shocking moment. Too bad you couldn't have had Security help you rather than obstruct you. I hope at least it was "just a car" rather than a beloved "pet" like some cars are. And I hope you get it back in good condition. And aren't charged for shoplifting or whatever.

By  tounces7  |  23

Then they broke the law. Security cannot physically restrain you. Sue the store. They aren't police officers.

Yes, I was a Security Officer for 10 years.

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