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Joan finds food in containers: Humiliated as the staff shouted thief

on Sunday night 23.30 by Kiwi in Hammel, Jutland, denmark, I witnessed a worker there by the door, and shouted that we should not steal from his container.

- We saw the good, there was light, but could not see any staff, so we went out from the in one way or another may have forglemt a light.

- But that we took very error.

How to write Joan, who ratchets because she and partner may live of SU and minimum daily allowance. She comes around in his hunt for food that cannot be sold, but the good can be eaten, and she thinks that Facts and Rema 1000 are the shops, which takes the best of the in against skraldere. Kiwi is usually nice, but not on Sunday. Her letter to the nation! continues thus:

- It is not theft to be ratchets.

- So long as we do not make a mess and throw around with it all, so we must be there. But clearly, we have to clean up after ourselves.

- So to be panned on the way and shouted at in a residential area at 23.30 in the evening, are incredibly uncomfortable and degrading.

- For our part, it is a question of that our income is so low, that there is for spending and food.

- And to ratchet our way to the food on the table, there is also the road to a healthier way of living.

- I have sent a letter to the Kiwi, and asked if it may be true that they are not in favour of 'stop food waste'. Or if it is only the one commercial employee.

- normally everything, what they throw out in nice condition, but the evening, as there was heckled us, we could see that they had also doused their food and the bastard of it all.

- We are apparently a race, you can yell thief. Although it is not illegal to ratchet, writes Joan, who haven't got a response from Kiwi in his letter. It has the nation! in turn, and director Carsten Hansen explains that the employee in question believed that there were thieves who would enter the store:


- shop manager was at work late and was nervous when he heard that there were people close by lagerdørene and reacted accordingly, as he did.

- He denies emphatically that he has shouted the thief after someone and he knew not that it was 'skraldere'. He was afraid that it might be burglars, explains Carsten and states that Kiwi have nothing against people who collect discarded food:

- in General, skraldere not a problem, so long as it does not leave waste around the containers as it may attract pests, says Carsten, but what do you say?

This family from Esbjerg has also been out to the ratchet (Video: Ole Frederiksen)

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