A Broadband Access Services, Alton NH linemen crew is out right now installing lines at Post Rd/Rt 117 circulator. Took a quick video to let the public know you may want to avoid this area today if you can.
After I took this video (below) I pulled out of the parking lot of the Ripe Tomato/Legal Seafood and as I was driving by, one of the Broadband Access workers started flipping me off on the side of the road. I was shocked that this man was behaving so unprofessionally.
I then looped back around and pulled up to the Broadband worker asking why he was behaving so unprofessionally and asked if there was a problem. He responded that he didn't appreciate having having his "balls busted."-- I responded: "what in the heck are you talking about?" I'm making a video to post about the traffic here to alert the public." The worker then continued mouthing off and I moved along and pulled into the Cumberland Farms gas station parking lot to file a complaint with the Broadband Access Services.
I called their corporate office at 1-603-569-3006 and got a Chris Johnson on the phone. I explained to her what had happened and she asked me for truck numbers and/or the name of the employee. I said I would walk over and get that info for her. As I was walking over and reading off the truck numbers one of the linemen asked if I needed help with something. I asked him where the other worker went. He pointed to the other side of the truck. The worker that flipped me off walked over to me and I asked him for his name. He stated his name was STEVEN STPIERRE. He then started running his mouth off again making hateful statements about who I am and the Warwick Watch page.
I then realized this buffoon StPierrre was nothing more than a big mouth, hater. The woman from corporate couldn't believe what was happening and neither could I. So a story that was just going to be about a public traffic alert also turns out to include the extremely unprofessional behavior from a loudmouth Broadband Access Services employee acting like a jackass on the side of the road.
The owner of Broadband Access Services, Ralph Paolo was on vacation and I was informed he would be made aware of the incident upon his return. I'll be following up for sure.
Is this how Mr. Paolo's employees behave regularly on the job? Certainly hope not.