Granddad with Parkinson’s thrown out of Halford’s for ‘walking suspiciously’

Granddad with Parkinson’s thrown out of Halford’s for ‘walking suspiciously’
 

A granddad whose leg went dead in Halford’s due to his Parkinson’s Disease was allegedly forced to leave after staff said he was ‘acting suspiciously’.
Chris Cartlidge was diagnosed with the degenerative illness ten years ago, and ever since then his legs regularly freeze and make him unable to walk.
According to his daughter Katrina, the 51-year-old visited the shop in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, with his son yesterday.
The pair then split up to find a car light.
But suddenly Mr Cartlidge’s legs started seizing, forcing him to drag his feet across the floor as he tried to compose... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Hot News, Views: 40
Source: Metro
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