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If he does pop into his local store then he will probably be met with the ASDA standard reply of "nothing to do with us. The car-park is owned by the council and Smart look after it for them"
It worries me that people use the words such as "mong" or "mongoloid." The word can cause offence to some people.Of course, I hold PPC's with the same esteem that I hold tobacco companies, but I guess 2 wrongs don't make a right.
Just to clarify my post above. Although Asda sometimes claim that the car-parks are "owned by the council", this is not true in the vast majority of cases. Most are actually owned by the supermarket.
And they know sod all about the operational details:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tvURVdq_n8