Why is Spalding now at the level of the lowest common denominator?

I would like to comment on the appalling behaviour of a ‘lady’ in the Holland Market area of Spalding, at around 2pm on Monday, October 10.

I was walking past Halfords, from Sainsbury’s and she was walking towards me with a friend.

Her extremely heavy shopping bag crashed into my left knee, causing immediate pain.

One would expect basic good manners to at least elicit an “ooh, sorry” from her, but when I looked round, all I got was “what do you think you are looking at?”, and she walked away laughing.

Given that this was her level of communication, and that being at least 15 stone she was much, much heavier than me, I decided to walk away.

That said, I spent the evening with an ice pack on my leg.

So, to this ‘person’ – thanks very much for your appalling behaviour, extreme lack of basic good manners, and poor command of the English language.

Given your evident weight and attire (clearly not at work!), along with your common behaviour and lack of knowledge, I accept it is unlikely that you will ‘read’ this unless someone reads it to you, but why is Spalding now at the level of the lowest common denominator?

L BRADLEY

Spalding