I have a question I need to ask; a question that I need to ask before I do it on Monday. I live in an apartment complex that keeps certain amenities closed during the night and the reason for is really simple: College kids LOVE to vandalize things while drunk. In 16 years of living at my complex, I've seen it happen so I understand the logic behind that.
Earlier tonight, I was going to a friend's place to help out with something- he has Muscular Dystrophy and I try to help him if I can whenever I can, so that's how I saw the rules violation.
As I was going past the small movie theatre room, leasing office, weight room, indoor pool and lounge, I saw the old coot that thinks he can get away with watching the big-screen TV all night in the lounge. I doubt he has permission for this. I know our worthless security guard lets him in every night.
Just so you know, I'm not the only tenant outraged by this blatant violation of tenant rules and regulations. If the rules apply to us, they SHOULD apply to him too.
In fact, the other night while going to the vending machines, I saw him trying to get into the lounge and the key fob wouldn't work for him. I tried to tell him they fixed the door because it's supposed to be closed at night. The guy looked at me like I was lying and in 48 hours he's back there watching TV. Dude looked like he wanted to bust the glass in so he could watch TV.
What I want to ask everyone, is it fair that he gets away with this and should I report this blatant violation of tenant trust? I don't think he has permission to be in there and I know he stays in there all night, I've seen him there at 4am watching TV when I go to get a pop or a snack.
So I am asking, should I report this? I feel like I should as I feel the rules should apply to all tenants. You can have access to the movie room if you ask the office for the after-hours key if you return it the next day, but I doubt you are allowed in the lounge at night and I don't think the guard should let the guy in just so he can watch TV all night. If he does it for him, then he should do it for all tenants.
Just wanted to ask if I should do this or not...