Yorkshire news Sainsbury's bans Yorkshire man from every store in the UK for life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Garry Frost said he did "nothing wrong" as he is banned from the entire supermarket chain

Yorkshire news Sainsbury's bans Yorkshire man from every store in the UK for life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Garry Frost said he did "nothing wrong" as he is banned from the entire supermarket chain

Yorkshire news  Sainsbury's bans Yorkshire man from every store in the UK for life PremierLeague-News.Com
03 August 2022 - 08:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Yorkshire man has been banned from all Sainsbury's stores "for life" as he says he criticised the way staff parked. Garry Frost, from Leeds, is "totally disgusted" by his treatment by Sainsbury's as a chain and the local branch in Middleton. The 62-year-old has sworn even if the ban is lifted he won't go back to the supermarket chain without an apology. Garry told LeedsLive:“I’ve done nothing wrong! I wasn’t discourteous, I wasn’t rude or aggressive. I merely pointed out that it was morally incorrect what they were doing.” Read more: Yorkshire woman forced to live with 'horrendous raw sewage stench' at new build house Garry claimed the ban was put in place when he enquired about cars parked directly outside the store on Middleton Park Avenue. There is a one hour no return policy in place Monday to Saturday from 8am until 6pm - but Gary said he'd noticed cars being left all day. Garry said he was told by staff at the store that the cars were theirs. He then went on to tell them that their parking was stopping access to the shops on Middleton Park Avenue for people with disabilities. The 62-year-old added that he was shocked by staff's reaction when he said there was a free car park nearby. He said: “They were quite rude about it actually and said ‘we’ll do what we want – blah blah blah’”. (Image: Gerard Binks Photography) Garry is from Beeston, and regularly heads to the café on the other side of the road to Middleton Sainsbury's - The Cracked Pot. He claims that on Saturday, July 30, one of the Sainsbury's employees came in looking "smug". And that was when he was given a letter that informed him he had been "banned for life" from the supermarket chain. “I opened up the letter and I couldn’t believe it. I thought it was a joke at first and we had a good laugh about it. But they’re serious. It says if I go into one, they will call the police and I will be treated as a trespasser," Garry said. The letter came from Sainsburys' Total Loss and Security Team, and says: ‘Dear Garry Frost, I confirm that the invitation to enter and shop at all Sainsbury’s stores, including car parks, is permanently withdrawn due to the incident in which you were involved in. Should you enter any of our premises, you will be treated as a trespasser and the police will be called as necessary.

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. Under these circumstances we have a statutory duty to protect our colleagues and customers from such behaviour whether it is face to face, over the telephone or in correspondence. This includes the discretion no to serve any customer that they feel is causing them alarm or distress.’ Garry has since been in touch with Sainsbury's head office in an attempt to appeal the decision. However, after an internal investigation Sainsbury's says the ban will be staying. He said it was "totally disgusting", adding: “The staff are just flouting the law and it’s being condoned by the store manager. Their parking is hindering people who really need those spaces, it’s just being bone idle, for the sake of it.” He then claimed staff gloat at him by waving at him across the street. He says one even unfriended him on Facebook after the incident. Garry said: “It’s a vendetta. It’s totally over the top what they’ve done. I’m honestly really annoyed about it. Plus, it’s the principle. The wording of the letter and everything. They need some bad publicity about it and I need an apology, it’s just wrong.” Garry Frost has been banned from all Sainsbury's stores in the country (Image: Gerard Binks Photography) One of Sainsbury’s Executive Officers emailed Garry: “I am sorry to read of your recent experience at Middleton Park Local store. I can advise I have investigated this with the store, and we believe that our colleagues have acted in line with our policies and procedures. “We have a duty of care to protect our colleagues as much as we have to protect our customers, due to this, we would not be looking to uplift your ban from the store and therefore no further action can be taken. I appreciate this is not the response you were anticipating therefore I would like to offer my sincerest apologies for this.” A Sainsbury’s spokesperson told Leeds Live: “We do not tolerate abuse or threatening behaviour towards our colleagues and are in touch with Garry to explain this.” Read next: Stunning 19th century castle near Yorkshire Dales on sale for more than £2million 'Boisterous' Yorkshire baby boy left with brain damage after stroke on first birthday Barnsley could face barbecue ban after devastating huge fires Terminally-ill lecturer who mooned a speed camera for 'bucket list' goes on trial Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters Read More Related Articles Police concerned for welfare of missing Huddersfield woman, 53 Read More Related Articles 'Free fruit' money survival tip that could land you in trouble with police

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