Trafford Center publishes a list of six things that will get you kicked out
The Trafford Center has published an important list of six things that will get you kicked out.
As Christmas approaches, thousands of people in Lancashire will be eager to return to the shopping complex to buy gifts, enjoy a meal or watch a movie.
Although the remaining lockdown restrictions were lifted several months ago, there are still rules you must follow in order to avoid an early exit.
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The bosses have compiled a list of dos and don’ts on their website called “Visitor Code of Conduct.”
The most obvious rules are no smoking, no littering, no shopping carts in the mall and no running.
But there are other rules that people may not be aware of, MEN reports.
The shopping center reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone whose actions it deems “inappropriate”.
On their website, they said: “Anyone who ignores these rules or commits a crime will be refused entry as long as the management of the center deems it appropriate.
“But to the ninety-nine point nine percent of you who are wonderful, lovely people who wouldn’t dream of being the least bit anti-social, thank you for taking the time and the trouble to read this. “
Here are the six important rules to keep in mind the next time you plan a trip to the Trafford Center.
1) dress appropriately
Visitors are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing at all times – so even if it is very hot, keep it covered!
Also, if you have a hood, keep it down and if you are wearing a helmet, take it off.
Even if you’re having a bad hair day.
2) No promotion or busting
You must get a helping hand from the management of the center to make leaflets, solicit or conduct interviews / surveys with third parties.
This also applies to the sale of goods in the mall without their permission.
On-the-fly busting is also not allowed, unless agreed with the center management, no matter how good you are.
3) No commercial shooting
Any filming or commercial photography is not authorized, except with the agreement of the management of the center.
This also goes for drones, although you can buy one in the center.
For the safety of people, drones are not allowed anywhere in the mall, stores or parking lots without permission.
However, if you’re taking selfies with your friends and family, don’t hesitate!
4) bad behavior
It goes without saying, but bad behavior will not be tolerated.
This includes bullying behavior towards staff, retailers or customers; climb barriers or fences and swear, yell or use obnoxious language.
“As your mom might say, ‘It’s not nice and it’s not smart’ and she would be right,” the website says.
Also no throwing of objects, no vandalism and no improper use of elevators / escalators.
5) No balls, no bikes, no skateboards or scooters
“No ball games even if you’re Lionel Messi,” the website says.
This also includes bicycles, inline skates, micro scooters, skateboards and Heelys or any similar product is not allowed anywhere in the center.
6) No animals except guide dogs
Animals are not allowed in the center, except in the case of assistance dogs.
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