Went to DCA yesterday. Saw a guest littering and a custodial asked them to not litter and that a trash can was near the guest....?
Did the custodial cast member have a right to tell the guest not to litter.
- 2 weeks ago
Damned RIGHT he/she did! I would call out and publicly humiliate anyone I saw littering! When my son was a kid, he threw a cup out of the car window. I U-turned that car and went back and made him not only pick up the cup, but also every piece of trash that was in the roadside area. He never did it again!
- Chuck NorrisLv 52 weeks ago
He didn't tell him not to litter. He asked him to please not litter. There is a difference. It was a request, not a command.
- ?Lv 63 weeks ago
Custodial answer to property management.
Visitors should address managers and not hired help. I've seen so-called 'bouncers'
stop sweeping-up trash to drag outside the rude talking trash.
- scott bLv 71 month ago
Everyone has that right. If I saw you littering, I'd ask you not to litter and point out the trash can too.
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- WillieLv 71 month ago
They are used to littering haven't you seen the desert how it looks when they come across from there?
- DestroyerLv 72 months ago
Of course he had the right. Guests should follow the rules and be considerate.
- TBKLv 72 months ago
yes. any staff member has that right.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 72 months ago
Of course. I would much rather have the cleaner tell me to pick my garbage up than get a fine for littering.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Yes, he did have that right. Nobody wants to clean after a disgusting slob.