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  1. Fair enough lets leave that bit out but I know that I did not at any time try to conceal the aftershave.There was no cctv footage of the incident but there was of me handing it back to the salesgirl to pay.I asked right at the beginning were they sure they had the right people because I knew neither of us had done anything wrong and why after initially being asked to leave the mall did the head of security then say he was happy for us to continue shopping.I just want to know why there are no laws in place to protect people who have genuinely done nothing wrong except try to have a nice day out
  2. I had bought a bottle of aftershave whilst with my partner.We left the store and strolled round a while then went in to whsmith.My partner wandered off looking for a gift and I stared at the best sellers list lookng for a book I've been waiting to come out in paperback.I got a phone call from my partner to say we were wanted outside the store to which we happily complied.The security guard asked us to leave the mall as "they didn't like the way we were shopping."Admittedly I laughed at this because I thought I'm 50 yrs old and fancy not knowing how to shop properly at my age.Then he said he wa
  3. .So what would happen if someone accused you falsely of stealing and having no evidence at all (because it didn't happen) and you are refused to see cctv because they say it hasn't been recorded and they the radio to other different retailers telling them they think you are a thief and being asked to leave the mall when all along you know you have done nothing wrong and the only reason you can think this person would say this about you is because you are part of a mixed race couple and not charged with any offence or cautioned and then security of the mall says you can carry on shopping becaus
  4. Luckily for me my daughter is a lawyer though not in this subject.So I am having her look into the legal aspects obviously she has many friends who are lawyers in various specialitists.To be honest I don,t care about the cost . my good name and the principle is the case here for me I,m afraid.
  5. Thank you for the reply I already contacted customer services and wrote to head office.I didn't ask for anything just that I'd been wrongly accused.I asked at the time to see cctv footage which they declined. I asked for the salesgirl to be brought out so she could verify that she had heard us discussing if to buy or not.I also asked to speak to the person who thought they saw what they obviously so didn't again they declined. I wasn't stopped at all in Debenhams I was stopped outside WhSmiths and asked to leave their mall for reasons I explained before.So obviously it was rela
  6. Default falsely accused of shoplifting I was in a shopping mall with my partner yesterday when we were approached by a security guard and asked to leave the mall as "we weren't shopping to their satisfaction." Admittedly I laughed at first and said "why is there a special way to shop?". He apologised and said it wasn't under his orders but had come from "upstairs". Of course we refused to leave until given a full explanation as to why we were asked to leave. A policeman appeared and said that I had been seen in Debenhams placing a large box of aftershave in my handbag
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