Feb 12, 2018
Parkinson's sufferer ejected from Halfords 'for funny walk'
A man with Parkinson's disease was told to leave a Halfords store for acting suspiciously by "Walking funny". Halfords said it had "Sincerely apologised" to him and his family. Mr Cartlidge, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's 10 years ago, said he had approached the shop assistant for help in finding some car parts in January. A spokesperson for Halfords said its team "Fell short of meeting our standards". Benali Hamdache, campaign manager at Parkinson's UK, said the charity is "Calling for a little bit more awareness and a little bit more understanding".
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