Police remove man from Sainsbury's after he jumps queue and swears at staff

By Jordan Reynolds | Wednesfield | Coronavirus | Published:

Police were called to Sainsbury's in Wednesfield after a customer jumped the queue and swore at staff.

Sainsbury's in Wednesfield. Photo: Google

Shoppers have been forming orderly queues in supermarket car parks in recent days, spaced out two metres to stop the spread of coronavirus.

But one man decided to skip the queue and walk into the shop today, while swearing at staff.

Police officers were called and he was removed from the store.

Wednesfield Police tweeted saying: "Today we attended Sainsbury's where we were waived down, after an abusive male thought it was OK to jump the orderly queue, swear at staff and walk into the store.

"He refused to leave,.. that was until our officers attended.

"Male subsequently persuaded and removed from the store."

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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