Bank customers baffled by cash machine ‘made for giants’
An ATM ‘designed for giants’ has left bank customers in Scotland completely baffled.
Amusing pictures show some people barely able to reach the buttons of the Royal Bank of Scotland machine in Arbroath.
The bottom of the ATM, found near Brothock Bridge, is estimated to be between four and five feet above the pavement.
A woman named Holly Girolami, 24, wrote on social media that she was ‘utterly perplexed’ by it, putting ‘why is it like this WHO IS THIS FOR !!?!?’
She added that her 5ft 10in friend Reece Robertson, 25, looked like ‘a Borrower’ while using it.
Her photo of Reece went viral on Twitter, gaining more than 5,500 likes.
People online found the situation amusing, with one writing ‘Ye cannae have yer money’.
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Residents in Abroath told the Evening Telegraph the machine had been frustrating people for years already.
One customer, Bill Jarret, 77, from Arbroath, said: ‘Its really awful. It has been here for 12 years and is just awful.’
An RBS spokeswoman told the paper: ‘People have complained for years about it, but we cannot change the machine because its not our building. It belongs to Thornton next door.’