These are the secret laws at Meadowhall that could see you kicked out without even realising

You may be surprised to know that shopping centre Meadowhall has a secret set of laws that shoppers must abide by.

By Dan Windham
Wednesday, 13th February 2019, 8:46 am
Updated Wednesday, 13th February 2019, 9:57 am
Meadowhall rules
Meadowhall rules

It means that Meadowhall can technically kick you out of its premises for not adhering to its rules. These are all the laws you must follow in the shopping centre.

This includes wearing motorcycle helmets and hoods
This includes in the Oasis Dining Quarter or the surrounding footpaths and car parks.
This includes swearing, shouting or any behaviour that could be detrimental to a family environment.
No pets are allowed on the malls and the common areas, with the exception of assistance dogs
Shirts and shoes must be worn and hi visibility clothing is banned
This is to guarantee customers have a hassle free visit to Meadowhall.
This includes on the malls or the car parks
This is banned across all the malls for the health and safety of visitors.
Keen hover boarders will have to find somewhere else to have their fun
These are 'strictly prohibited' inside Meadowhall
This includes balustrades, barriers, fences or railings.
Anything that involves using tripod equipment
Only to be consumed within premises that hold a relevant license.
Customers must stay within the boundaries of the premises they have purchases their drink from
Although some of the rules are legal conditions that must be adhered to.
Meadowhall said that the policies are in place in order to ensure that everyone enjoys their visit.
Meadowhall said that it is private property and Meadowhall Centre Limited reserves the right to refuse entry to, or remove any person or persons from its property.