Sainsbury’s Ban Pensioner After He Crashes Into Fellow Shopper With Scooter

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One OAP has a bit of a nasty shock when he crashed his mobility scooter into a fellow Sainsbury’s shopper – only to apologise profusely and then be told he is now banned from ALL of the supermarket’s stores – or face a visit from the police.

Albert Carter, an 80 year old shopper who had visited the branch in Newcastle-under-Lyme, was told that he is never allowed to return to the chain of supermarkets and was understandably mortified at the news – and all because of a simple accident.

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Albert was gutted to get the letter from the supermarket, who made it very clear he is not welcome in any of their 1200 stores.

He claimed:

It was my fault. I take the blame completely. After I paid at the front kiosk I turned to leave and then don’t know how it happened.

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I didn’t do it on purpose but it was that quick I’m not sure how I hit the women. I was really upset that I hurt someone.

The staff and paramedics were nice at the time so I don’t understand why I have been sent this letter.

I have never been a shoplifter so why are they treating me like one?

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I want to apologise to the lady. I am really upset to have hurt her.

Asda better watch out because this scooter demon is coming for them!

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