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(Adelaide Now)   It's always fun when you take your kids to McDonald's and the whole family gets to see a junkie overdose in the corner. ''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment"   (adelaidenow.com.au) divider line 147
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2012-07-29 02:10:25 PM  

lisarenee3505: wambu: CSB

I was at my place of business and was told "You need to go down on the beach NOW". So I went, only to find a crowd of about 30 people (including teenagers) watching a drunk guy vigorously masturbating.

My first thought was "Don't any of these people have a damn cell phone?"

I called 911, identified myself and reported what i was seeing. The 911 operator asked "Are you sure that's what he's doing?" and I replied "Lady, I think I know what that looks like."

When the cops arrested the guy ( a just-released-on-parole sex offender), only I and a dad with a 12-yo would agree to make a complaint.

The other 28 people just must have enjoyed the show; nobody wanted to get involved, just like TFA.

/the guy was convicted of three felony counts of indecent exposure (because the 12-yo was present, otherwise it would have been a misdemeanor -- let this be a lesson to you FARKers) and was violated on his parole; still in jail AFAIK where he can masturbate to his heart's content

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It's not that they didn't want to get involved, it's that they didn't want to be giant raging asshole douchebags like you and the other guy. They understood that this was just a farked up guy who wasn't actually hurting anyone. Thanks to the two of you jerks, this obviously disturbed man got thrown back in prison instead of being provided with the real help he actually needed and could have gotten on the outside. I hope you guys are proud of yourselves. The guy got messed up and probably had no idea where he was or what was going on around him, but instead of recognizing that behavior as a call for help, you and Mr. Oversensitive there call the cops on the dude. I hope to god that you are down-and-out someday like this guy was, just so you'll know what it's like. And if the other guy doesn't want his kid to see stuff like that, well I guess he should just keep his precious little crotchfruit at home and away from the TV and Internet then, because that's the real world bucko. There are unpleasant things to be seen everywhere. Deal with it and move on... but that's not enough for you is it? No, you have to play the white knight and ruin another person's life. Way to go, douche.


Far be it from me to suggest that people who are so drunk or crazy that they masturbate in front of large crowds might be a danger to themselves or others.

I can tell you with some certainty, however, that if this guy lacked the sense of self-preservation to find an alley to beat off in, he won't be finding all this abundant help on the outside you speak of any time soon.
 
2012-07-29 02:11:39 PM  

Fuggin Bizzy: Plumbledum: Jon iz teh kewl: Pockafrusta:

MEN AT WORK, AIR SUPPLY, VEGEMITE, SPIDERS, AIR SUPPLY, and FOSTERS
seriously its is the place to be

He really likes Air Supply

Bullshiat. Nobody likes Air Supply.


you know you can't fool me. i've been loovin u too lonngnggg..
 
2012-07-29 02:24:50 PM  

This About That: Bathia_Mapes: I am curious as to why the man who reported the druggie to the staff member didn't call emergency services himself when he didn't get a proper response.

Yeah, that.

Is McD at all responsible for letting somebody, even somebody nobody likes, die in plain view while not even bothering to call the police? In Australia?

Also, if you see someone dieing in front of you, why are you reporting this to a minimum-wage McD drone in the first place? Call the cops!

Also, when dealing with disinterested minimum-wage drones, don't say "hey somebody's OD'ing over there. Say "Call 911".


In principal and general I agree, but if you rtfa the overdoser in question merely got high (didn't die). Being slow in calling emergency services even if you're being paid minimum wage is pretty goodamn unexcusable as far as I am concerned though. If nothing else, calling it in to the proper authorities generally takes liability off one's hands.
/spent too much time in retail
 
2012-07-29 02:40:09 PM  

lisarenee3505: I hope to god that you are down-and-out someday like this guy was, just so you'll know what it's like.


i.imgur.com

He was a repeat violent sex offender. Perhaps you could invite him over to your house since you are so sympathetic to his plight.
 
2012-07-29 02:41:18 PM  

wambu: lisarenee3505: I hope to god that you are down-and-out someday like this guy was, just so you'll know what it's like.

[i.imgur.com image 291x180]

He was a repeat violent sex offender. Perhaps you could invite him over to your house since you are so sympathetic to his plight.


How did you know that when you saw him whacking it?

At least you're not a Christian.
 
2012-07-29 02:52:29 PM  

Buffet: He poisons himself with smack. They poison their fat Fark kids with the garbage from that joint.
Very little difference.


THIS

Fast Food: the solution to the Social Security problem.
 
2012-07-29 03:03:41 PM  
The short story- "I watched this guy shoot up in front of my family while no one did anything. INCLUDING ME."
 
2012-07-29 03:14:19 PM  

lisarenee3505: The last thing the world needs right now is a pack of your little douchebag busybody offspring sticking their noses all up in everyone's business.


So your solution is to let this mentally ill person wander around the world for fear of putting your nose in someone else's business? Or would you, in his situation, taken it on yourself to ensure that he found the help he needed?

I understand your outrage at the sex offender situation in our country, but your vitrole is misplaced. Get mad at the authorities for handling these things like idiots rather than saying everyone should just smile and wave at the insane masturbaters.
 
2012-07-29 03:20:19 PM  

Endive Wombat: I am failing to grasp how this situation is the staffs responsibility to dial the emergency services.

Got a cell phone? Yup.

Know your physical location (McDonalds on the corner of Main and 1st for example)? Yup.

Are you able to accurately describe what you are witnessing? Yup.

CALL THE FARKING EMERGENCY SERVICES YOURSELF YOU TWUNTS!!!


Go read up on Negligence. "Common carriers" owe a duty to their customers above and beyond ordinary care; in this case, to call the proper authorities when one of said customers is OD'ing in the corner.

Why the guy who saw the event didn't just call himself is odd, but no, the cashier had a duty to call 911.
 
2012-07-29 03:25:52 PM  

Submitted First With a Better Headline: lisarenee3505: The last thing the world needs right now is a pack of your little douchebag busybody offspring sticking their noses all up in everyone's business.

So your solution is to let this mentally ill person wander around the world for fear of putting your nose in someone else's business? Or would you, in his situation, taken it on yourself to ensure that he found the help he needed?


I live in a college town. On Saturday night, dozens of college students pass the house and a good number of them seem to fit your definition of "mentally ill". Once, I was walking down the street and saw a dude walking backwards with a tallboy in each hand. I thought that was weird, but then I heard a strange trickling sound. The dude's penis was hanging out of his pants and he was walking backwards so he didn't piss on himself. (Quite ingenious, actually.) Should I have called the cops and ruined his life over a night of being a stupid drunk idiot or should I have walked to the other side of the street? (I didn't want to walk through his piss puddle or his piss cloud.)
 
2012-07-29 03:27:44 PM  

cptjeff: I know if I was the McDonald's employee, I would pass the buck. If it's not explicitly something I'm trained to deal with, talk to the manager. Minimum wage, minimum effort and all that.


Minimum intelligence is more likely the culprit.
 
2012-07-29 03:41:27 PM  

andyofne: cptjeff: I know if I was the McDonald's employee, I would pass the buck. If it's not explicitly something I'm trained to deal with, talk to the manager. Minimum wage, minimum effort and all that.

Minimum intelligence is more likely the culprit.


They're all related.
 
2012-07-29 03:42:06 PM  

gimmegimme: I live in a college town. On Saturday night, dozens of college students pass the house and a good number of them seem to fit your definition of "mentally ill". Once, I was walking down the street and saw a dude walking backwards with a tallboy in each hand. I thought that was weird, but then I heard a strange trickling sound. The dude's penis was hanging out of his pants and he was walking backwards so he didn't piss on himself. (Quite ingenious, actually.) Should I have called the cops and ruined his life over a night of being a stupid drunk idiot or should I have walked to the other side of the street? (I didn't want to walk through his piss puddle or his piss cloud.)


As I said, I'm not disagreeing with your sentiment, and to add to that, I don't agree with the original poster's apparent delight in that guy's insane jail sentence, but I still hold that your outrage is misplaced.

I would not have a problem with someone who took issue with a drunken idiot pissing all over the place. Not saying I'd call the cops on the guy, but I wouldn't be upset with someone who did - if not for the completely batshiat way our legal system handles that sort of thing, which is the actual problem here.
 
2012-07-29 03:47:21 PM  

Submitted First With a Better Headline: gimmegimme: I live in a college town. On Saturday night, dozens of college students pass the house and a good number of them seem to fit your definition of "mentally ill". Once, I was walking down the street and saw a dude walking backwards with a tallboy in each hand. I thought that was weird, but then I heard a strange trickling sound. The dude's penis was hanging out of his pants and he was walking backwards so he didn't piss on himself. (Quite ingenious, actually.) Should I have called the cops and ruined his life over a night of being a stupid drunk idiot or should I have walked to the other side of the street? (I didn't want to walk through his piss puddle or his piss cloud.)

As I said, I'm not disagreeing with your sentiment, and to add to that, I don't agree with the original poster's apparent delight in that guy's insane jail sentence, but I still hold that your outrage is misplaced.

I would not have a problem with someone who took issue with a drunken idiot pissing all over the place. Not saying I'd call the cops on the guy, but I wouldn't be upset with someone who did - if not for the completely batshiat way our legal system handles that sort of thing, which is the actual problem here.


Well, I love that we have some kind of agreement here. I didn't want the college kid to go to jail or onto a sex offender list for a stupid night of stupidity. If I thought the police would do the old-fashioned "come on, idiot, go home," maybe I would have been more likely to call.

I guess my outrage is directed at the original poster, who thinks such draconian law enforcement measures are warranted. Politicians should not be allowed to score easy votes by saying that they passed a billion new laws to "protect the children" when the laws do no such thing.

///Hmmm...wait a minute. Would the original poster have called the cops if he saw a woman breastfeeding without covering up?
 
2012-07-29 03:50:01 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: what's the emergency? someone's getting high and it's not me?? selfish coonts


you wanna get high... whatever... i dont really care how you choose to destroy your own body. you do it at the local burger shop in front of my kids? yeah... i got a problem with it and my problem aint him being selfish.
 
2012-07-29 03:53:37 PM  

harbingerofdoom: Jon iz teh kewl: what's the emergency? someone's getting high and it's not me?? selfish coonts

you wanna get high... whatever... i dont really care how you choose to destroy your own body. you do it at the local burger shop in front of my kids? yeah... i got a problem with it and my problem aint him being selfish.


so then if your kids grow up to become junkies it's not really my fault then. *whew* that's a relief!
 
2012-07-29 03:57:35 PM  
''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment.

Wow, just wow. Utterly incapable of independent thought or action.
 
2012-07-29 04:01:40 PM  

gimmegimme: Well, I love that we have some kind of agreement here. I didn't want the college kid to go to jail or onto a sex offender list for a stupid night of stupidity. If I thought the police would do the old-fashioned "come on, idiot, go home," maybe I would have been more likely to call.

I guess my outrage is directed at the original poster, who thinks such draconian law enforcement measures are warranted. Politicians should not be allowed to score easy votes by saying that they passed a billion new laws to "protect the children" when the laws do no such thing.


Ahh, and see, I was fixating on your anger as being more directed at the particular situation rather than the poster's attitude, so I thought you were being disproportional.

Man! Discourse ending in mutual understanding? What the fark is this place coming to?
 
2012-07-29 04:10:04 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Go read up on Negligence. "Common carriers" owe a duty to their customers above and beyond ordinary care; in this case, to call the proper authorities when one of said customers is OD'ing in the corner.

Why the guy who saw the event didn't just call himself is odd, but no, the cashier had a duty to call 911.


Why do you think he was overdosing?
 
2012-07-29 04:20:27 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: harbingerofdoom: Jon iz teh kewl: what's the emergency? someone's getting high and it's not me?? selfish coonts

you wanna get high... whatever... i dont really care how you choose to destroy your own body. you do it at the local burger shop in front of my kids? yeah... i got a problem with it and my problem aint him being selfish.

so then if your kids grow up to become junkies it's not really my fault then. *whew* that's a relief!


troll like typing detected
 
2012-07-29 04:44:46 PM  

gimmegimme: Submitted First With a Better Headline: gimmegimme: I live in a college town. On Saturday night, dozens of college students pass the house and a good number of them seem to fit your definition of "mentally ill". Once, I was walking down the street and saw a dude walking backwards with a tallboy in each hand. I thought that was weird, but then I heard a strange trickling sound. The dude's penis was hanging out of his pants and he was walking backwards so he didn't piss on himself. (Quite ingenious, actually.) Should I have called the cops and ruined his life over a night of being a stupid drunk idiot or should I have walked to the other side of the street? (I didn't want to walk through his piss puddle or his piss cloud.)

As I said, I'm not disagreeing with your sentiment, and to add to that, I don't agree with the original poster's apparent delight in that guy's insane jail sentence, but I still hold that your outrage is misplaced.

I would not have a problem with someone who took issue with a drunken idiot pissing all over the place. Not saying I'd call the cops on the guy, but I wouldn't be upset with someone who did - if not for the completely batshiat way our legal system handles that sort of thing, which is the actual problem here.

Well, I love that we have some kind of agreement here. I didn't want the college kid to go to jail or onto a sex offender list for a stupid night of stupidity. If I thought the police would do the old-fashioned "come on, idiot, go home," maybe I would have been more likely to call.

I guess my outrage is directed at the original poster, who thinks such draconian law enforcement measures are warranted. Politicians should not be allowed to score easy votes by saying that they passed a billion new laws to "protect the children" when the laws do no such thing.

///Hmmm...wait a minute. Would the original poster have called the cops if he saw a woman breastfeeding without covering up?


I find it hilarious that you're comparing a person masturbating in public to someone taking a leak in public, and then comparing THAT whole mess to women breastfeeding.

/in other words
//your outrage is hilarious
 
2012-07-29 04:46:00 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: ''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment.

Wow, just wow. Utterly incapable of independent thought or action.


I know. Why the inability to whip out their cell phone and call 911 themselves?
 
2012-07-29 04:53:21 PM  

SmokeMonkey: Joe The Plumber: this sort of thing never would've happened if Concerned Dad had just taken the family to Burger Jack instead.

/I just wanted to flex my "American who has been to Oz" street cred.
//They haven't called it "Burger King" since Elvis died.
///Takin the piss, of course.

It's Hungry Jack's, not Burger Jack.


Is HJ's a better acronym in Australia than BJ's or something? In America they're about equally embarrassing.
 
2012-07-29 04:54:30 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: gimmegimme: Submitted First With a Better Headline: gimmegimme: I live in a college town. On Saturday night, dozens of college students pass the house and a good number of them seem to fit your definition of "mentally ill". Once, I was walking down the street and saw a dude walking backwards with a tallboy in each hand. I thought that was weird, but then I heard a strange trickling sound. The dude's penis was hanging out of his pants and he was walking backwards so he didn't piss on himself. (Quite ingenious, actually.) Should I have called the cops and ruined his life over a night of being a stupid drunk idiot or should I have walked to the other side of the street? (I didn't want to walk through his piss puddle or his piss cloud.)

As I said, I'm not disagreeing with your sentiment, and to add to that, I don't agree with the original poster's apparent delight in that guy's insane jail sentence, but I still hold that your outrage is misplaced.

I would not have a problem with someone who took issue with a drunken idiot pissing all over the place. Not saying I'd call the cops on the guy, but I wouldn't be upset with someone who did - if not for the completely batshiat way our legal system handles that sort of thing, which is the actual problem here.

Well, I love that we have some kind of agreement here. I didn't want the college kid to go to jail or onto a sex offender list for a stupid night of stupidity. If I thought the police would do the old-fashioned "come on, idiot, go home," maybe I would have been more likely to call.

I guess my outrage is directed at the original poster, who thinks such draconian law enforcement measures are warranted. Politicians should not be allowed to score easy votes by saying that they passed a billion new laws to "protect the children" when the laws do no such thing.

///Hmmm...wait a minute. Would the original poster have called the cops if he saw a woman breastfeeding without covering up?

I find it hilarious that you're com ...


Hmmm...all three involve whipping out a body part and expelling bodily fluid. What's sauce for the goose, right?
 
2012-07-29 04:57:20 PM  

Hermione_Granger: The parents were not upset that a man's life had descended to the point where he was obliviously high in public. They were upset because their little snowflakes had to witness it.

But not so upset that they actually called 911 themselves or actually left the restaurant.

White people problems.


Cyno01: Any of you ever worked as a minimum wage cog in a corporate machine? Youre pretty much forbidden from making any decision youself, especially the decision to call the authorities, because that could bring the media, youre supposed to inform your manager who makes a decision or sends it up the chain of command. Calling 911 yourself can be a fireable offense.

SO WHY THE fark DIDNT THE CUSTOMERS CALL 911.


Because the emergency number in Australia is 000 (triple zero)? :-D
 
2012-07-29 05:01:14 PM  

gimmegimme: I'm just glad that wambu took it upon himself to fark up the masturbator's life even worse. Sure, 28 people were just ignoring the guy and going about their day. But wambu took it upon himself to be the "hero."


I agree. Wambu acted quite correctly. Anybody who masturbates in public should be reported. Whether they're mentally ill or potentially dangerous, something needs to be done. The 28 people who just ignored the problem in the hope that it would go away should feel ashamed of themselves.
 
2012-07-29 05:08:56 PM  
maybe they forgot the jingle for the new emergency number

0118 999 881 999 119 725 3
 
2012-07-29 05:10:58 PM  
I am curious why Mr. Kahn didn't just remove his family from the situation. Safety of kids trumps maintaining the McDonald's ambience every time.
 
2012-07-29 05:13:13 PM  

lisarenee3505: No, my vitriol is placed squarely where it belongs, on the douchebag wambu who most likely destroyed this poor guy's life over something stupid and insignificant...


Something insignificant? Masturbating in public is a sign of significant mental illness or of sexual aggression. Either way, something needs to be done about it. Does the fact that "this poor guy" turned out to be a serial sex offender not worry you at all?
 
2012-07-29 05:17:51 PM  

orbister: lisarenee3505: No, my vitriol is placed squarely where it belongs, on the douchebag wambu who most likely destroyed this poor guy's life over something stupid and insignificant...

Something insignificant? Masturbating in public is a sign of significant mental illness or of sexual aggression. Either way, something needs to be done about it. Does the fact that "this poor guy" turned out to be a serial sex offender not worry you at all?


Do you have any objection to folks masturbating in private? What about a nice, quiet men's room stall where no one can see?
 
2012-07-29 05:32:10 PM  
I was told once that the McDonald's in Amsterdam used special lighting in their bathrooms that made it harder for a junkie to find their vein. Something to do with affecting the color spectrum or whatever. Anyone know if there is any truth to this, or am I am just all whacked out too?
 
2012-07-29 05:40:38 PM  

gimmegimme:
Do you have any objection to folks masturbating in private? What about a nice, quiet men's room stall where no one can see?


Of course not. Good healthy fun. That's not quite the same thing as masturbating in front of people on a public beach, though, is it?

I'm really surprised at the number of people here claiming to believe that nothing should be done about someone displaying signs of mental illness or sexual aggression in public.
 
2012-07-29 05:41:40 PM  

Onkel Buck: I was told once that the McDonald's in Amsterdam used special lighting in their bathrooms that made it harder for a junkie to find their vein. Something to do with affecting the color spectrum or whatever. Anyone know if there is any truth to this, or am I am just all whacked out too?




Yeah, blue lights are used throughout Australia as well.
 
2012-07-29 05:46:05 PM  

orbister: gimmegimme:
Do you have any objection to folks masturbating in private? What about a nice, quiet men's room stall where no one can see?

Of course not. Good healthy fun. That's not quite the same thing as masturbating in front of people on a public beach, though, is it?

I'm really surprised at the number of people here claiming to believe that nothing should be done about someone displaying signs of mental illness or sexual aggression in public.


You really think it's okay to jack off in a public men's room? It seems to me like a sign of psychosis or something out of Silence of the Lambs.
 
2012-07-29 05:51:15 PM  
The employee is a moron. The guy complaining is a moron. Call the farking cops.
If I was the employee, I would've called the cops b/c it probably would've made my shift a little bit more entertaining.
 
2012-07-29 07:18:57 PM  

SoxSweepAgain: 9, 1, and 1.

Why go through the minimum wage kids working the counter?

I believe it's 9, 1, and 1.

/Certainly someone had a "cell phone".


Someone had a cell phone. And like a champ, they took a picture instead of calling the police/EMT.
 
2012-07-29 07:41:13 PM  
The world is better off with one less junkie.
 
2012-07-29 08:18:39 PM  
What's really asinine is expecting a minimum-wage compensated employee at a fast food restaurant to do a damn thing about it instead of calling the cops yourself.
 
2012-07-29 09:58:04 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: ''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment.

Wow, just wow. Utterly incapable of independent thought or action.


Or perhaps afraid to lose her job.

As has been said, if you see something bad happening, you do not go up to the register. You call 911. Or in this case, you just leave, which is what I would have done.
 
2012-07-29 10:49:08 PM  

DarkVader: gimmegimme: cptjeff: kingoomieiii: Bathia_Mapes: I am curious as to why the man who reported the druggie to the staff member didn't call emergency services himself when he didn't get a proper response.

That, and I'm pretty sure "The manager isn't here" translates directly to "I don't want to be stabbed in the face with a dirty needle"

Or, "Jesus Christ guy, you're eating at a McDonald's. You expecting Chez Paul?" Or maybe, "Hey dumbass, I'm getting paid $2 an hour as a fry cook. Deal with it yourself."

I know if I was the McDonald's employee, I would pass the buck. If it's not explicitly something I'm trained to deal with, talk to the manager. Minimum wage, minimum effort and all that.

Exactly. If McDonald's would like employees to be responsible for caring for dying junkies or removing the bodies of dead junkies, they are free to pay the premium for those kinds of employees. Perhaps they could institute a bonus structure for their existing employees. Not only that, McDonald's doesn't provide health insurance. If I'm behind the counter, I'm not risking a prick from an AIDS needle or something.

//McDonald's won't supersize your fries unless you pay. Why should employees act like EMTs unless McDonald's pays?

Well, to be fair it's Australia.

Minimum wage is over $15/hour, and everyone has health insurance.


Minimum wage for adults is over $15 per hour. It's significantly less for the teenagers that usually work in a McDonalds.
 
2012-07-30 12:16:45 AM  

Jument: Agent Smiths Laugh: ''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment.

Wow, just wow. Utterly incapable of independent thought or action.

Or perhaps afraid to lose her job.

As has been said, if you see something bad happening, you do not go up to the register. You call 911. Or in this case, you just leave, which is what I would have done.


This. What i said upthread and mentioned in the woman dying at mcdonalds thread the other day is true, for wage slaves... taking it upon yourself to call emergency services instead of informing your manager can be a fireable offense. It was when i worked at walmart, id think it would be similar at mcdonalds.
 
2012-07-30 02:28:24 AM  

paulseta: Ah, this is Adelaide. For my American friends, imagine Cleveland without the personality.


Riiight...except the weather in Adelaide is much better in both winter and summer, there's an excellent wine industry one hour out of town if you travel north, south or east, it's on the coast and the beaches are pretty good, also the fishing isn't bad, locally grown fruit and veg is good quality and affordable, crime is low (although our murder rate is low, we sadly are the 'bizarre murder' capital of Australia prompting many jokes from the rest of the nation) and THIS STORY HAPPENED IN MELBOURNE.

Admittedly Adelaide is pretty boring if you're after great shopping, fun parks or major events. But I wouldn't live anywhere else.
 
2012-07-30 04:24:04 AM  

lisarenee3505: Take your self-righteous jackassery somewhere else dude, and for the love of god do not EVER reproduce. The last thing the world needs right now is a pack of your little douchebag busybody offspring sticking their noses all up in everyone's business.


God bless you as well.
 
2012-07-30 06:48:54 AM  

gimmegimme: You really think it's okay to jack off in a public men's room?


if it's in private (you specified "where no one can see") then sure, why not?
 
2012-07-30 08:11:00 AM  

Cyno01: Jument: Agent Smiths Laugh: ''I told a staff member it was happening and she said sorry, the manager isn't in at the moment.

Wow, just wow. Utterly incapable of independent thought or action.

Or perhaps afraid to lose her job.

As has been said, if you see something bad happening, you do not go up to the register. You call 911. Or in this case, you just leave, which is what I would have done.

This. What i said upthread and mentioned in the woman dying at mcdonalds thread the other day is true, for wage slaves... taking it upon yourself to call emergency services instead of informing your manager can be a fireable offense. It was when i worked at walmart, id think it would be similar at mcdonalds.


Yep. Just ask the lifeguard who was fired for leaving his post, to rescue a drowning swimmer.
 
2012-07-30 09:17:56 AM  

Submitted First With a Better Headline: Madaynun: Gee, You would think the Helicopter parents would have used this as an object lesson for their children. "Drugs are Bad Mm'kay"

They were too busy being excited that, today, they might get to see someone dieing.

 
2012-07-30 10:24:06 PM  
Dude didn't die.
 
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