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Post time 2013-10-7 13:45:23 |Display all floors
Several days ago, I met certain situation on the way to the pedestrian street. which left a deep impression in my mind. When I descend from the upstair of the local large shopping mall and I noticed some security guards prohibited a shabby old man from entering the gate of the mall. from some wasted bottles the man grasped in his hand, I suppose that the man was about to go upstair so as to get more abandoned bottles. However his wishes has suffered a utter refusal  of those guards. At that moment, I stopped my steps toward front and I gazed a little while. the old man begs earnestly to the guards hoping get an entrance. but his request has been reject completely and the guards just shook his head hinting that the old man should back to his origina place. In desperation, the old man has  left  and gone. I have to admitted that at that time, how I wish I can do something for the old man, but I found I have capability to do anything. For this kind of situation I believed we can noticed in some high-end markets. some even warned that dressed in untidy will not be allowed to inside. My friends, when mentioned to here, is there anything u wanna say? I also believe you also has your own perspective toward this kind of topic.

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Post time 2013-10-7 14:57:12 |Display all floors
This post was edited by WhiteBear at 2013-10-7 14:57

I'm not sure what says Chinese law, but maybe if this shop/market is a private place - owner can set the rules?

Maybe this man was harmles, but maybe another "collector" would enter the building and collect not only the bottles?
Maybe would also left something?

I really respect people who don't begg but for example collect recyclable materials.
But I think that most of Them understand that to enter some places You should looks not as an average beggar.

I've the collectors in some shopping malls, and other places when You would expect "good standards". They were picking up plastic botles from the trash bins before "official cleaning service". But They wear at list tidy clotches.

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Post time 2013-10-7 15:30:24 |Display all floors
The security guards should politely explain to the man why he was prohibited. If he insisted the guards could call police to settle thing down?
A system that cannot nip greed in the bud, this system becomes the breeding ground of crime.

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Post time 2013-10-7 16:12:45 |Display all floors
shengshi Post time: 2013-10-7 15:30
The security guards should politely explain to the man why he was prohibited. If he insisted the gua ...

Yup. Professional security wouldn't allow to make it happen in public.

But let's be serious - usually "shop security" is not professional - just some guys/ladies in the uniforms bought for 130RMB/set.

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Post time 2013-10-7 16:36:53 |Display all floors
Good thing the security guards did not call the Chengguan.  The poor man would have been beaten to a pulp.

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Post time 2013-10-7 16:41:41 |Display all floors
WhiteBear Post time: 2013-10-7 16:12
Yup. Professional security wouldn't allow to make it happen in public.

But let's be serious - usu ...

Then Mugy can write to the mall property management to demand the security guards to be polite and be professional. Telling that it's not the old man caused unpleasant, it's the guards' action that caused her unpleasant to shop there.
A system that cannot nip greed in the bud, this system becomes the breeding ground of crime.

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Post time 2013-10-7 17:53:40 |Display all floors
it´s common at all "fine" malls..nothing new...worldwide same
some day Jiangsu will rule China

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