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I work for vue cinema and its not something they like to advertise but it's not policy but obviously preferred that people purchase of us and i am sure a football ground is no different it's not like a resturaunt or pub that rely on selling food and drink to make money

 

 

I thought you got your bags searched or got booted out if you were suspected of having your own food/drink in the cinema ?


 


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I thought you got your bags searched or got booted out if you were suspected of having your own food/drink in the cinema ?

No people think that's the case so they buy it from the overpriced food counter or hide it in a bag but its not wrong to take your own
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No people think that's the case so they buy it from the overpriced food counter or hide it in a bag but its not wrong to take your own

and we have know right to search bags its invasion of privacy so if a cinema does have no food policy chuck it in a bag you'll be fine
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hasn't this just been policy for years? no outside food or drink and random searches (especially if you have a bag) etc.

 

same stuff happens if you go to the cinema... nothing new.

I think you're right and I think it needs stopping. They don't own your possessions just because they sold you a ticket. Unless they can clearly show that it represent a danger under common or statute law then they should have no right to even question why you have whatever you have in your possession and slimy claims aboiut "terms and conditions" should be met with a swift kick in the yarbles. Vamos a la revolucion!

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Kid in front of me to get in had his bag searched by an agency steward - doesnt usually happen on the South, but fair enough with the flate epidemic.

He confiscates the bottle of coke he was bringing in. Kid (late teen early 20's) doesnt make a fuss.

Gets into the ground, goes to the refreshment kiosk and is able to buy the exact same bottle of coke, including the top (which is sometimes confiscated at other grounds).

Why are the stewards confiscating, on safety grounds, something they are selling in the ground?

Before anyone else asks, I will send an email to the club after the game to see what they say about it.

possibly covered in section 7 or section 17.2 http://www.swfc.co.uk/club/ground_regulations/

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Do what I do.

 

Tell the steward you are diabetic,even though I'm not and you have to have a sugary drink. If you collapse, they will be liable.

 

Interested in the flate epidemic.What are the symptoms?  I did feel a bit sick by half-time.

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Guest james.taylor1982

I'll tell u why because I bought 3 bottles of coke and it cost me £6.20p WTF, now tell me we can't increase our wage budget, clubs a rumbleing joke

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