I've noticed it's been harder to get into Farmfoods at Govan Cross recently. The door has been blocked by young ladies and a pram with a baby in it. I didn't pay them much attention the first couple of times I was going in because there are often ladies milling about the shops, chatting and smoking. There are lots of youths standing a bit further off, outside the Job Centre and there are a few dogs too. Some of them are scary and I once saw one bite a roll'n'sausage out of a child's hand.
It started to dawn on me that the Farmfood ladies were becoming a regular feature and were actually blocking the way in and out of the shop so, I checked out what was going on and realised that they are talking to a new security boy. I say "boy" as he is really young looking and not in the least bit tough. I mean, I don't think he'd have any chance if the "job centre" boys decided to launch an attack on Farmfoods with their dogs.
I took proper notice of them last night, although I've been subconsciously noticing them for well over a week now. There are 3 or 4 girls standing at the door talking and laughing with the security boy. It was a very cold day yesterday and one of the girls was only wearing a short sleeved t-shirt and a pair of joggies. Another girl is very slim with a pregnant bump and the third has the baby in the pram. They are about 16 or 17 years old. So is the security boy. Today an older lady was there too. She looked about 40 and had dyed her hair a vivid red. Obviously one of them fancies the security boy. Hmmm, he seems to be enjoying the attention a lot.