This afternoon, a woman walked up to the desk to complain about a man who walks around the floor in circles all day long.
Sometimes, he changes his routine and circles the outside of the building a few times before returning to our floor. There are days when he even sits down for
A while. It's obvious that he's a special needs adult.
Back to the complaint. She wanted us to stop the man from walking in circles, because
it was getting on her nerves.
My co-worker explained that there's no library policy that prevents anyone from
Walking the floor all day long.
I forgot to mention that this woman parks herself at the encyclopedia tables for about 5hrs everyday. She argues with other patron if they are sitting
Where she usually sits.
As she walked away, I told my co-worker, "We don't complain about her sitting on this floor all day."