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N Regent * posted a topic in England & WalesAn ex-employee was let go back in December 2020 due to alarming threats to other employees. We know the ex-employee has mental health issues, they were getting out of hand as he often made references to harming (and on rare occasions kill) LGBT & black people. He was employed for more than a year and only stayed because he was good at his job until his threats became increasingly worrying to the point we had to let him go. Paid in full with severance pay, he has been messaging us continuously threatening to harm/kill us unless we pay him more money and give him his job back. This has s
You are called by the duty manager of a shopping centre who reports that someone has spat on the floor of a shopping centre and the person is still present. Given that it is private property are there any offences there? What do you do?
Police: A file image of Met officers. A woman with Hepatitis B bit her lip and spat blood in three officers' faces yesterday (Picture: Chris Brown/Creative Commons licence CC-BY-2.0) Three police officers are awaiting their fate after a woman with hepatitis B spat blood in their faces, Scotland Yard has said. It happened after officers were called to a "disturbance" in east London yesterday morning. Police said the 20-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence in Bethnal Green at about 8.30am - but as she was being taken into custody she bit her lip and spat bloo