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Locked: My jacket was stolen when I was in Tim Hortons..

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My jacket was stolen when I was in Tim Hortons..

Yesterday when I was having coffee and hot chocolote with my son I took my jacket off put on back of the chair during the visit when better table became available we moved there when we moved there either I forgot my jacket there or it was already gone I don’t recall , after 15 min later I realized that lm missing my jacket l went back to our first table there was nothing there l look around everywhere but it was no jacket. After I went to tim cashier to tell the story and ask them to check the camera ,supervisor came she asked me time frame and went back to camera room it took at least 15-20 min she came back she said they can see camera is blurry and they couldn’t figure it out who stole my jacket and they refused to show ne anything giving me any info and l left with nothing from Tim. I reported to police online and l will see anything will come up.

My question is can l claim responsible Tim Hortons for this theft and ask for compensation from Tim Hortons because they didn’t give me any answer and they couldn’t help me at all what can l do ?
I had my bank cards, CC,car keys ,gift cards ,drivers licenses,health card some cash money in my pocket

Any body have any advice?
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Soooo you're holding Tim Hortons accountable for your own mistake? I shake my head....even if you bring this to court, you got no case for your own negligence.

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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I would down vote this dumb ass thread if I could. How can people be so ridiculous?

OP, take some personal responsibility for what is your own fault and quit looking to blame others.
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What kind of jacket was it?
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YYC
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Who leaves all that stuff in their jacket pockets?
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MysticGohan wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 2:05 am
Who leaves all that stuff in their jacket pockets?
Two words, insurance scam
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Have to be diligent when you're out in public. A lot of opportunists.
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yumaz23 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 1:03 am

My question is can l claim responsible Tim Hortons for this theft and ask for compensation from Tim Hortons because they didn’t give me any answer and they couldn’t help me at all what can l do ?
I had my bank cards, CC,car keys ,gift cards ,drivers licenses,health card some cash money in my pocket

Any body have any advice?
Tim Hortons has zero liability here. 100% your fault. Lesson learned, for you.
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Thinking there’s a liability issue with Tim’s is about as lame as those law suits against establishments that Plaintiffs feel that their coffee was too hot.
There’s privacy laws Tim’s must adhere too. But without a doubt report it to the cops and Tim’s would release the video to them to assist with any investigation.
Whoever stole your jacket must have seen you put some type of valuable in there at some point.
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PCUSER wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 6:50 am
Thinking there’s a liability issue with Tim’s is about as lame as those law suits against establishments that Plaintiffs feel that their coffee was too hot.
There’s privacy laws Tim’s must adhere too. But without a doubt report it to the cops and Tim’s would release the video to them to assist with any investigation.
Whoever stole your jacket must have seen you put some type of valuable in there at some point.
Just FYI from another thread...
You should read into that case a little more... The coffee was way hotter than it should have been, and the lid was not properly secured when it was handed to her. The woman got 3rd degree burns.... It melted her vagina...

Apparently, she only asked McDs to help her out with the medical bills... Instead of helping her, McDs decided to spin the media against her and claimed it was a frivolous lawsuit. Only then did she sue and seek punitive damages, with the advice of a lawyer, of course.
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Forgot his jacket coz we live in the most peaceful and safest country in the world. I bet the thief wanted to say "sorry" too..
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Answer is yes u can hold Tim Hortons responsible and ask for compensation but good luck getting anything. Heck, you can even claim the Canada Post mailman is responsible as he wasn’t there to guard your jacket. You can even go after my neighbor Earl. Again, good luck getting anything out of anyone for your own mess up.
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OP has account for 6 years, and 5 posts, this is one on them. A ridiculous post about his/her own stupidity, and blaming Tim
Hortons. *
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This thread is invaluable to RFDers. They now know that security cams at Tim's are worth shit. So this is the place to go if you wish to steal a jacket. Happy hunting :)
This thread has been certified SE (Shallow Enough) for all readers - 😂

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