Bookstore Discriminates Against Grandfather!





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Published on Jun 4, 2012

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An elderly man was shopping in Barnes & Noble for his grandchildren and was escorted out of the store "because he was a man in the children's section" and apparently that isn't allowed.

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Comments • 2,497

Mike Sweeney
Love, love, love the double rant. Every time. Never stop. Hold me.
Lauren Buss
Lol this is so stupid, who wants to take me to the 70's? anyone? no? ok, ill shut up now... 
Miss Amanda's world
i witnessed being eldest plenty of biggioted action towards my dad being the eldest this is a new low towards male discrimination.
Miss Amanda's world
ooh this gets my panties in a bunch(thanks grandma) but back to anger. Barn and nobles i will never shop at your peice of beep store you are c word. My dad was single dad off and on for many years cause my mother was the s word litterally. even when she was their dad was estianally a single dad as she could didn't care.
Laura Van Pelt
Easy customer service response: "hi sir, can we help you find anything today?" People eho are doing something they're not supposed to tend to give themselves away.
Acting like cops? Who the fuck they think they are by escorting someone out of the store because of an alleged complaint with no merit? So if I want to go and buy my nieces some books I can't be there in that section by myself? Ha I will love for them to even talk to me like that.
I'm a 24 year old female and I sit down on the floor in book stores too. Doesn't matter what section. It's comfortable and quiet. If they weren't discriminating against him, then I would have been told something too but I've never had any complaints.
Yea escorting out was excessive should have just been told to stand up just the simple fact its a aisle not a lounge section they have benches and some have a starbucks with tables and chairs. 
McKenna Barber
I work at Barnes and Noble in Oregon and I'm just sayin our store definitely would've handled this situation differently. I know, because it's happened. With a different outcome. If we ever get a customer complaint, we investigate for ourselves before we escort anyone out or tell them they were complained about- if it ever gets that far. Which is hasn't.
They should do follow ups. Not enough news reporters do these days.
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