Mcdonalds, Nanaimo BCtripping hazard

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There exists at this Mcdonald's restaurant a door-mat at the entrance (inside) that is tattered, torn and turned up in places, that is a very serious
tripping hazard. Many customers have commented on this hazard and are dismissed with the comment that " A new one is on order". Meanwhile
people with walking impairments and canes continue to face this danger to their well-being, and still voice their concern to management staff, to no avail. If someone trips and falls over this mat, it seems likely that the owner will face a very serious lawsuit, which will be lost at very substantial cost. Why cannot someone at that location simply
thr4ow the crumpled heap into the garbage and leave a bare floor in preference to this serious hazard ?

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    pobarjenkins Mar 29, 2011
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    A tattered mat poses the same threat as a wet floor that one could slip on.

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