Sorry to disappoint you but Sharon Stone is a rather dim and unattractive shelf-stacker on work experience. On the other hand, when I was in Tesco on Old Kent Road recently there was an announcement "Would Harvey Keitel, film actor and screen legend, who has taken some time to join us in the roll of a humble in-store janitor to research his latest film role, please go to aisle 7 where a child has vomited." And guess what.....
"Would Harvey Keitel, film actor and screen legend, who has taken some time to join us in the roll of a humble in-store janitor to research his latest film role, please go to aisle 7 where a child has vomited." And guess what.....
Don't know if this is the case here but many years ago I used to work in a supermarket and we had codes for all sorts of things. Things like security to checkout X or if someone was trying to do a runner a particular call to alert certain staff.
When working in government offices above a large shopping centre in Belfast we soon learnt that the announcement "Plumbers to the basement, please" meant there was a suspect device somewhere in the building. You may imagine my dismay when I heard this announcement being made whilst sitting on the loo, midway through a lengthy commune with nature!
What happens if there really is an Inspector Sams (perhaps a police officer of same rank, or someone who work for the Inland Revenue) and he or she gets fed up with going up and down to the basement for no apparent reason? Surely this is somewhat ill-conceived as a policy? Why not just come out with it "There is a bomb in the building. Run like f**k!"
I've seen two celebs in Sainsbury's so far - that lady from Emmerdale with dark hair and a squeaky voice (sorry, don't watch it). I also saw Erin O'Connor, the striking tall model from the Marks and Spensive ads.
Incidentally, I am new to this site, what does 'prepare to be lounged' mean?