Elderly Shoppers Told To Stop Tutting and Shaking Heads At Bottle Bank Users
Shops across the county have urged shoppers, particularly the over 65s, to stop making the walk of shame to the bottle bank even worse by tutting at users and saying things like ‘will you look at that?‘
Footfall at glass recycling outlets at shopping centres has fallen in the last two days despite bins behind houses overflowing with bottles of beer, wine, and Shloer. Already there have been fisticuffs at three venues in east Tyrone between the recyclers and onlookers. One fight in Killyman was sparked when a female shopper shook her head at a woman with over 200 bottles in seven bin-liners, to which the recycler replied, ‘what ye looking at ye tramp?’
Both women, in their 60s, had to be separated by a trolley man.
Major retailers are now contemplating softening the walk of shame by using a brick tunnel with an igloo-style house at the end of it to store the recycling skips.
Meanwhile, an online row over whether it was called St Stephen’s Day or Boxing Day between two MLAs was resolved when one of their batteries ran out.
Posted on December 31, 2021, in Killyman and tagged bottle bank, boxing day, Killyman, st stephen. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Bloody disgrace. Hold your heads up and skip along all ye “Walkers of shame”, to the bottle banks or your homes the morning after the night before.
PS It’s neither St Stephen’s Day nor Boxing Day. It’s Backsin day
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