An ATM outside of a supermarket in Nottingham has been installed just 15 inches off the ground, requiring locals to squat or kneel for their cash.
An ATM machine outside Sainsbury's in Nottingham was built but 15 inches off the ground. Welcome to my world! pic.twitter.com/Nvm7AxHMdK- Sinéad Burke (@minniemelange) March 24, 2014
An ATM machine outside Sainsbury's in Nottingham was built but 15 inches off the ground. Welcome to my world! pic.twitter.com/Nvm7AxHMdK
This is great news for shoulder surfers.
Having driven past this ATM I can report it is inded on a hill on the outisde, but not on the inside of the store. A fine example to show that User Acceptance Testing should include actual users.
Isn't there a theft issue here too? It'll be very easy for someone to wait until the cash is dispensed then give the individual removing the cash a slight nudge to knock them off balance, steal the cash and do a runner?
CompetitiveBrussels, Paris or Frankfurt
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