A gang of teenage girls at a North Dublin supermarket is said to have tried to steal and damage shares while abusing customers.
Shocking anti-social behavior took place at a supermarket on Portmarnock Strand Road around 9:30 pm on Wednesday.
A customer at the store today shared details of “disgusting behavior” with a local community group on social media.
They: “They [the gang] They were having fun running to the store, leaving the place, shoving cider cans under their jackets, screaming, and kicking a flower stand with an escalator. “
At the time the client was in a video chat with their partner and was being targeted by teenagers.
“[They were] I break the law with the avalanche of verbal abuse, throwing out that they are under 16 years old.
“I can speak well and defend myself. They thought they would escape murder. One of them climbed on my face and asked what I was going to do because they were ‘minors’.
“People were witnessing their behavior. A beautiful woman, one of Little’s staff, kicked them off campus.”
Terrified of the incident, the local Malahide Carda station was contacted and asked to do the same after reports of an increase in anti-social behavior in recent weeks.
“I hate it. If someone who is vulnerable is in my place, someone who can’t defend themselves, they should stop this,” they thought.
“Portmarnock is a beautiful area with a great community that should not be ruined by spoiled little brads who are brave in groups. Please report anti-social behavior to the local Carda station.”
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They attended the area following reports to a Carda spokesman Dublin Live, but no one was there when they arrived.
He said: “Cardas received a report from a group of young people gathered on Port Marnock Strand Road on April 7, at about 10:30 p.m.
“When we arrived at the scene, no one was notified and no crimes were found.”