'Trolley rage was triggered by lazy shopper'
I went to Ibn Battuta Mall yesterday to pay my Etisalat bills and to send some money for my family in my country, then I left.
When I reached my car, I saw a trolley had been left behind my car by someone. I moved the trolley to the vacant parking spot at the end of the row because it was too far to go to put the trolley back in the right place and there were no workers at that time to collect the trolley left by the shameful, lazy shopper.
Shame on those who don’t have the common sense of putting the trolley in the right place.
However, as I got in my car a woman suddenly appeared and knocked on my window, shouting at me about the trolley. I told her not to yell at me and not to be so arrogant because I hadn’t use that trolley. She kept shouting outside and tried to get the other people’s attention, pointing at me as if I had committed a crime. There was a gentlemen who came and proved to her that the trolley didn’t belong to me but she didn't stop and I just left because I never want to make a big deal of things. We should not always rely to the people and let them do the simple things for us.
Let us at least have a common sense to grow.
Baby Ruth, Dubai