Tesco shoppers huffed by man dying in aisle
It seems that there are some things that shoppers won’t accept being put in their paths as they try to snap up bargains – even a dying man. Or at least that’s what happened in a Gillingham branch of Tesco on Saturday.
Tragically, a man in his 40s collapsed with a suspected heart attack and was later pronounced dead, but there was said to be some dissent from shoppers when the aisle that he was in was closed off while he was treated. Well, obviously – it was a race against time before the snow came.
One female customer ‘told’ Metro: “Some people behaved absolutely disgustingly. It was shocking and dreadful. They were the sort of people that were panic-buying and filling their trolleys to the top. Surely a man’s life is more important than anyone’s shopping? The staff were doing their best to protect the scene from prying eyes."
Were you in the Tesco at the time of the incident? Did you see anything untoward? Well don’t tell us about it – what are you, some kind of GHOUL??