Owners of the popular pumpkin patch say workers were pushed and threatened after being forced to stop

He was threatened, spat upon and verbally abused after a popular pumpkin punch was forced to shut down this weekend for safety reasons.

Pumpkin Alley in Oramskor is extremely popular at this time of year and gives visitors the opportunity to choose their own pumpkin until Halloween.

However, yesterday’s owners claimed that people were “ignoring” the rules of his car park and decided to close the site after parking dangerously “harming themselves and their children”.

Despite trying to keep everyone safe, its owners took the decision after receiving abusive employees and how sadly they took it to Facebook.

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Its Facebook post said: “Today has been a difficult day. We are sorry for the abuse our staff has faced today. We have been severely tortured, and we have grown up around.

“We closed the patch today because people were ignoring the instructions of our carpark attendants and were parking dangerously along the fence, the main road.

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“Not only ourselves and their kids, but also other road users will be at risk. And our second patch had similar problems. We understand that kids get frustrated if they can’t choose pumpkins, and our goal is not to frustrate kids.”

“But we aim to keep your kids safe and that means if we have to lose money by closing the patch, that’s what will happen. Protection before profit, always. Was present and the people were informed.

“Don’t worry about what other people do, if you did the right thing and were asked, you appreciate it very much. Please don’t comment that you were dissatisfied with the move, just try and understand that we did it. Why did I do that? “

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The pumpkin patch reopened this morning, although earlier today the owners suggested updating their Facebook page that they have already taken the capability and warned people to visit more later or some other day.

Sharing a picture of its car park, which is almost waterlogged due to the weather, the staff explained that only the flower shop has their parking.

The pumpkin patch will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Halloween.

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