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Girlfriend got fired, threatened, then chased... Need advice.

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  1. #1 2Pac, Dec 21, 2012
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    So my girlfriend started a new job a couple months back. Everything was going fine until she started to notice one of her co-workers making sly comments towards her, and her boss taking advantage. Her job was to stack the shelves and sort whatever stock they had in the back. Her boss had her cleaning the floors, cleaning the entire kitchen and making him cups of coffee. So she went in yesterday and asked to talk to him alone. She said it wasn't in her job description to do all this, and she'd like to respectfully decline. At that point the co-worker busted in and said she was being disrespectful. After shouting at her for a while she eventually said "Go and clean the fucking floors and do your job", to which my girlfriend replied, "Erm, why don't you go and clean the 'fucking' floors? It's not my job." At that point the co-worker threatened to hit her. My girlfriend is quite a shy girl, so obviously it scared the shit out of her. She stood her ground though and didn't clean them, so in return the co-worker approached her with fists clenched. My girl walked back, and she started coming towards her faster, so she ran out the door and got chased up the fucking street. Since then, we've got in contact with the police and they said to phone the manager and meet him up, because he owes her about £80. Anyway, she's terrified of going back incase he brings the co-worker along, or if he has a go at her. So I'm going with her, considering I'm 6'4, and if anyone tried to upset her, I'd fucking go ape shit. And I can look like one scary cunt if I want to. Just needed a vent I guess. I'm worried incase the co-worker does come along and tries to hit my girl, because if that's the case, likely-hood is I'll be going to prison, because I'm not about to let some bully hit my girl. So my question is, how should we approach this? I'm not scared of any confrontation, but I have my girl's best interest in mind, and she's terrified.

    Summary:
    My girl got a job
    Boss makes her do stuff she shouldn't have to, ie: clean the mucky floors.
    She said it wasn't in her job description
    Co-worker got involved, and threatened her and chased her down the street.
    They owe her £80, and we're both going to get it, girlfriend is terrified.


    Guess I just needed a vent. Shit like this pisses me off, she's a lovely girl and means no one harm, not to mention she's tiny and couldn't fight if she tried. We're both pacifists, but it's really messed with my head. I just wanna bust in that shop and wipe the floor with them both.
     
  2. maybe its because im on the app but...
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    but seriously, that sucks. worse case scenario take it to a small claims court or something.

    good luck goin and getting that dough
     

  3. I did make a summary for anyone who can't be bothered to read it all. By law, they HAVE to give her the money back the police said to us, so I'm not really worried about that.. I'm just worried in case they try to start anything. I want to protect my girl, but I don't want to end up hurting someone to the point where I'm locked up.
     
  4. Self defense, If they try bothering her at home or her new place of work, you can beat the crap out of the co-worker
     
  5. if you're truly worried about having to protect your girl, call in and see if you can get a police escort
     
  6. go with your girl, if he tries to attack either of you, self defence, get money, get out?
     
  7. #7 2Pac, Dec 21, 2012
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    That's what I was thinking, but the co-worker is a woman, and I'm a 6'4 male, so it probably wouldn't go in my favour...
    Yeah, didn't think of that. Thanks. I'm meeting up with her in a few hours so I'll discuss it with her.
    Yeah, that's the plan as of now. Not being cocky or anything, but I seriously doubt they'll start anything with me there. I've caught a glimpse of them before. The boss is thin, weedy and short. I just don't want there to be any violence, I hate it. Hopefully it'll go - Go in, ask for money, get money, then leave, but knowing the area I live in it probably won't be the case..

    But thanks for the replies guys. Shits got my head in a knot. Definitely gonna have to visit Mary Jane later today...
     
  8. ya, my buddy had to grab things from his fathers house after having to move due to many fist fights. he had a police escort with him and it went over smoothly

    if your girl was chased or threatened, they will definitely help you out
     
  9. Dude u are motherfucking topac! Go fill them up with some beats and beat some ass! People should kno they don't fuck with tupac!

    But on a serious note I would go with her to get the cash and tell Ur girl to get another job. Plus least if they hit her at the business u can sue. As long as u don't go to ape shit on them
     
  10. So long as you're not excessive if the co-worker tries throwing fists, you'll get off clean. It's self defense. And this co-worker seems to have no problem with publically tarnishing their work reputation, seeing as she chased your girlfriend in a fit of rage over her not complying to do things she isn't paid for.

    Seriously, fuck bullies. This bitch thinks she can assault anyone who doesn't see things her way. Maybe she'll re-think once she's behind bars...
     
  11. #11 2Pac, Dec 21, 2012
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    Haha, the 2Pac thing wouldn't work in reality, I'm white.. but on GC ITS REAL GODDAMNIT!!!!!!

    She's already attempting to find a new job. Going to the job centre today to talk to her personal adviser about it all. But if someone did try to hit her, I'm pretty sure there'd be no stopping me until people had to literally pull me off. Haven't been this angry in a long time. It's very rare I get angry, but when I do, I GET MAAAADDDD:mad:

    Exactly, that's why I'm so enraged. It's the 21st fucking century and people are doing shit like this? It's beyond me. I say I would kill her, but when the times comes down to it and I meet her I'd be a lot more calm. But I can guarantee with me being their, either one of THEM is gonna be put in prison, or there gonna stand there in silence and give us the money. My girl didn't even want to go back for the money, I had to persuade her. So I'm not about to let her get hurt over something I've convinced her to do. When the time comes, I'll probably ring the police again for their help..
     
  12. if you are liable to flip shit to the point you need someone to pull you off, its probably best if you didn't go with her

    just my $.02
     

  13. That's just anger-talk bro.
     
  14. #14 Bubbles42O, Dec 21, 2012
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    I woulda beat the fuck outta that dude, fucking hate women beaters. Pieces of fucking shit.

    Now if a girls going after you then yeah a slight push or restraint is fine but to punch a girl, you must be a fucking pussy

    Advocating violence is not allowed, disrespect is also not allowed =- WW
     
  15. You obviously either haven't read the whole thing, or have took what I said wrong. There wasn't a dude involved, the co-worker that threatened her was female. The boss that we're going to meet is male, he wasn't there the time this all happened. And like I said before, I'm not exactly going to hit a girl. It's anger-talk. I am, however, going to make sure my girlfriend doesn't get hurt. But yes, thanks for calling me a pussy due to your own misunderstanding. Fucking dickhead.
     
  16. [quote name='"2Pac"']
    Exactly, that's why I'm so enraged. It's the 21st fucking century and people are doing shit like this? It's beyond me. I say I would kill her, but when the times comes down to it and I meet her I'd be a lot more calm. But I can guarantee with me being their, either one of THEM is gonna be put in prison, or there gonna stand there in silence and give us the money. My girl didn't even want to go back for the money, I had to persuade her. So I'm not about to let her get hurt over something I've convinced her to do. When the time comes, I'll probably ring the police again for their help..[/quote]

    That sounds like a good idea. Make sure justice is SERVED! Just remain calm and collected. I mean what excuse can be used? "I didn't like that she disrespected my authority, so I threw a tantrum like a pissed off 5 year old". Have fun handing their asses to them. :laughing:
     
  17. I'll remain calm, I'm a very laid back person in general. Plus, I'm good with words, so I'll have absolutely no problem in handing it to them haha.

    Thanks again for the replies people. Appreciate it!
     
  18. Wow I can't imagine caring enough about my job to want to physically hurt someone.

    But I do think your girlfriend sounds spoiled. When you're an hourly employee whose job is to stock shelves, part of your job is probably to clean the floors. In fact, in most blue collar jobs, you are responsible for keeping your entire work area clean.

    Every little task you do isn't written into your job description.
     
  19. i doubt that someone would want to throw down with someone of your size.

    i would, however, choke the mofo out ... just to keep things civil :)

    p.s. if you do go there maybe you can ask a police officer to be present.
     
  20. [quote name='"2Pac"']
    You obviously either haven't read the whole thing, or have took what I said wrong. There wasn't a dude involved, the co-worker that threatened her was female. The boss that we're going to meet is male, he wasn't there the time this all happened. And like I said before, I'm not exactly going to hit a girl. It's anger-talk. I am, however, going to make sure my girlfriend doesn't get hurt. But yes, thanks for calling me a pussy due to your own misunderstanding. Fucking dickhead.[/quote]

    Dude I wasent calling you a pussy calm down... I mistaked the co worker for a guy and I did read it. I was just ranting about women beaters because I thought the co worker was a guy my bad for making a mistake....
     
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