Saturday, March 17, 2007 1:51:44 PM
I feel like there may be something this video was missing. Theres a pretty high chance that he was told to leave before, because most security guards I have seen would never even try doing this. But who knows, maybe this guard is just a psycho.
Monday, November 27, 2006 4:56:45 AM
Personally, I always deal with skaters respectfully, and they usually respond the same way. That way, I'm not the bad guy. (`twas pretty funny one time, a guy tried to "bribe" me with some gum. I declined, citing the "very sacred security oath" to never take bribes.) Yeah, sometimes one`ll get snotty, but I keep my cool and let it go. There is certainly NO need to do what the guy in this clip did.
Monday, November 27, 2006 4:55:41 AM
Speaking as a security officer who actually has dealt with skaters on private property, I'll say this: If that was indeed a security officer, he handled that skater in the WORST way possible. Never - and I do mean NEVER - lose your temper when dealing with skaters (or anyone else who shouldn`t be on the property). Besides looking like a prick himself, he makes his company look bad AND sets himself up for probable revenge (which is really the least of the company`s worries).