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I bet he was proper hungover at 8 in the morning and then this happens.Not the best cure." Sian Henley wrote: "He must have been gutted after losing his phone on a night out and then you need rescuing by firefighters with a banging hangover. Just wait for the venue to reopen and then ask whether they've got your phone.As reported in the Daily Echo in February, Aldi’s planning agent, Planning Potential, wrote a letter to Poole council saying Aldi wished to demolish the factory buildings “as soon as possible”.The agent said Aldi was “aware that [the site] represents a security risk and has been attracting anti-social behaviour in recent months.” A Runton Road resident commenting on the proposals expressed concerns about security once the site was demolished, as there is currently no secure boundary fencing to deter people from entering the site Aldi is due to finalise its plans for the new store once it has completed its consultation with local residents.READ MORE: Sick St Bernard dog's cancer turned out to be four half-chewed teddy bears An eyewitness who spotted the stranded man said he had become trapped on the railings by his belt and was looking a "little worse for wear." The man, who did not want to be named, said: "I didn't see all of what happened, so I'm not sure how he managed to get up there in the first place.
The 18-year-old lad became stranded on the metal railings outside the popular nightspot the morning after he left his mobile inside the venue.
The store has now written to local residents about their proposals, which include a separate coffee shop and more than 100 car parking spaces.
Aldi, which has an existing store in nearby Wallisdown Road, says up to 40 jobs would be created with the opening of a new shop.
No formal plans have been submitted yet as Aldi is seeking to amend certain conditions on existing planning permission for a care home at the site.
The plans for a 70-bed residential care home, which were approved in 2016, will no longer go ahead after Aldi purchased the site.
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