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Loc: The PEAch State
|Posted: 12/2/2012 9:17:43 PM|A little girl was walking down the mall screaming all alone. She was about 3. Several of us tried to help her and I asked one of those kiosk workers to please call security and he told me he didn't know how?
Honestly, he didn't know how to reach security? What if he needed security?
Mother came running down the mall frantic and all is well after finding her child. What a scary feeling that must have been for them.
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Loc: Buying Nail Polish
|Posted: 12/2/2012 9:28:13 PM|
They really should learn how to call security.
I wonder (but really hope it wasn't the case) that the guy just didn't want to get involved.
I know a lot of those kiosks aren't there for long periods, like a store. No matter how short of time they are working there, it should be a given that they are informed on how to call security.
Very thankful the girl was reunited with her momma.
Loc: At the intersection of Hooterville and Stars Hollow
|Posted: 12/3/2012 11:20:46 AM|
I can see both sides. Probably a short term set-up, new employee, etc.
This would be a great point to share with mall management if you can find a contact for them. Having the security number posted prominently to all employees - and mall visitors - should be a given.
|Posted: 12/3/2012 11:26:17 AM|
Sometimes those kiosks don't even have phones, so it might not even be possible for them. Not saying it is wrong or right, just is what it is.
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Loc: SCV, CA
|Posted: 12/3/2012 11:30:08 AM|yes...that IS a scary feeling...and that is why I don't christmas shop w/my soon to be 4 year old...
and WTH...the kiosk person should know EXACTLY who to call!?!?