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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 17 November 2010 18:02 / United States
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  MissErikaHart  |  12

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  thejacl  |  12

if you think this is "normal" then u are the douche. you should have punched her in the face. guaranteed last time she'll pull that shit

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  ChubEchaser  |  12

Seriously? People are attacking the guy for doing his job? no it would not have killed him to let her in but rules are rules and he was there to enforce them. OP, OC...

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  warpig182  |  12

Dude ignore these retartds down there. Next time kick her ass out. There is no reason to disrespect someone with a gun and a badge. Or just people with guns.

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  Aksel_fml  |  12

what are all of you talking about, its a freakin snickers you gotta eat those i would have punched rent a cops and ate it while sitting on his passed out body

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  docscientist  |  12

Guns don't buy respect, 88. Police or security guards aren't owed respect any more than anyone else. A douche with a badge is still a douche. And op, it's a candy bar, the stadium deliberately prevents outside food and drink because they price gouge people, it's a disgustingly greedy practice. Just let people with a damned snickers bar inside next time.

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  aeshleyrose  |  12

Riiiiiight. So OP should have risked getting fired so that some extremely nasty woman could have a candy bar. Makes total sense. Him doing his job doesn't make him a douche.

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  flgirlwguitar  |  6

Agreed - I do the same job, but we're outright told that a single candy bar is OK, a whole bag of candy bars isn't. Snickers are popular with diabetics because they also have a lot of protein, so they often claim medical need anyway. Not that I haven't had someone swearing at me because she couldn't bring her fried chicken in so her kid wouldn't have to eat "stadium crap" or the one that was bringing in an empty SoBe juice bottle (the glass one) because she was diabetic. I've been at this long enough to know when you're lying.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  6

I'm guessing it was not professional sports based on location (if I'm wrong, please correct me). When I did this job for an extremely brief stint, we were told no food but we could use our judgement except when it came down to foods actually sold at the stadium. Professional sports don't often sell candies, school athletics often do. All that is moot, however. I would've ejected her and told her to leave before the police were called. Acceptable, and plausible, bluff.

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  warpig182  |  6

I hide whatever I have. Slerpies gummy bears hamburgers I can sneak almost anything into one of those places. Anit no way in hell Im gonna pay 8 bucks for 3 chicken strips.

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  flgirlwguitar  |  6

#33 - For the assault, yes - and believe me it's happened and I have - but part of the reason we do allow small amounts of food are to prevent unnecessary interactions. It isn't worth it. #50, you'd be surprised. . .I just used that as an example, but the excuses people come up with are hysterical.

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