MORRISON'S in Connah's Quay have confirmed they are taking steps to address issues caused by one of their speed bumps 'asap'. 

The Flintshire store has come under fire on social media over the past week over concerns in relation to the speed bump's height upon entering the car park located at Ffordd Llanarth.

Residents took to public Facebook page, 'Connah's Quay Group' to share their thoughts over the bump with some expressing concern over the damage it will cause to vehicles with one resident describing going over the speed bump 'like being on a bungy jump!'

One resident posted: "I went really slow over it tonight and it still caught the underneath of my car!".


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Another added: "I don't go to Morrisons for that reason - those horrible speed humps."

A further resident commented: "It is high! I thought I was in an episode of the dukes of hazard. Scared the life out of me!"

Another resident posted: "First time experiencing it today and nearly lost my entire bumper, was not expecting that at all!"

Morrison's, who do not own the car park, responded to concerns as a spokesperson said: "We are liaising with the managing agent to get the speed bump height reduced asap."