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OAP clamped after exceeding Post Office counter fair usage policy

Pensioner Muriel Baker, 78, has been clamped and removed from a Surrey Post Office for allegedly chatting too much with staff as she withdrew her pension.

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Posted: Oct 20th, 2010
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Woman found guilty of ‘unjust and unfair tutting’

Marjorie Newton, a 69-year-old widow from Hove, became the first person to be convicted under controversial new anti-tutting legislation. ‘For too long the likes of Mrs Newton have terrorised the public with uncalled for tutting that can ruin the whole day of an innocent bystander’ claimed Magistrate Lloyd West.

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Posted: Aug 11th, 2009
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Post Office queue announcer sacked for sending customer to Cashier Number 4 instead of Cashier Number 6

The Communications Workers Union today condemned the management of the Post Office in Harrow for sacking queue announcer Shirley Crookshank after her directions sent a customer to the occupied cashier number 4, instead of the vacant cashier number 6.

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Posted: Apr 27th, 2009
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