Mall Cop Diary
In(s)ane Ramblings Of A Mall Cop

Archive for April 2010


April 28, 2010

2 artists have contributed their drawings for this contest. One of these designs will be chosen to be the cover design for my upcoming book, Mall Cop Diary. And the artist will become the Illustrator for my book as well. I have decided that some decent pictures will help accentuate the humor in my stories. […]

I Let Them Off

April 24, 2010

Thank you for voting on whether if I should let the sales assistants off or not. So when I returned to work today, I decided not to say anything about their little escapade. And to let them know I spared them the fate of employment termination, I smiled and nodded knowingly at them when they […]

Escape From The Mall

April 18, 2010

We had an ‘escape’ at the mall tonight. It happened when I was performing sentry duty at the main entrance for mall closing. Several teenage employees slipped past me (from inside the mall) while my attention was focused on repelling the besieging horde of shopaholics outside. It is not widely known among civilians, but mall […]

Jumping To Conclusions

April 17, 2010

Today, I learned not to jump to conclusions. What with the popularity of cop shows, it was rather easy for me to assume the sales girl just murdered an unreasonable shopper who wouldn’t buy any cosmetics from her when I found a piece of bloody clothing in her bag. However, as it turned out, the […]

April 14, 2010

Message from a Mall Cop

April 14, 2010

Dear Readers, You may have noticed that I haven’t posted any mall stories from last weekend. That isn’t because I have nothing to write about. On the contrary, interesting events did transpire. For example, I suspect the beauty saloon at the mall doctor their mirrors in some way, because when I saw my reflection as […]

April 9, 2010

Time Carded!

April 4, 2010

Today I was introduced to the evil Time Card. Hitherto, I was able to avoid having to use a time card like the rest of the employees because I was considered to be only a weekend ‘relief guard’, and not as important as a full-time staff. So no one ever thought of giving me a […]