Are fire exits only used when there is a fire?
You do know that the other name for them is the emergency exit.
In shops yes, that's why they are alarmed/have ceramic break bars and padlocks
Also are you seriously suggesting that we should ignore safety protocol if the chance of something happening low?
Let me guess you don't wear a seat belt when you drive because the chances of being in an accident are low.
No I don't because strapping myself to 250kg of metal and petrol would be insanely dangerous
History is filled with complacent people like you who got themselves or others killed. Go see the Alec Baldwin situation. My suspicion is someone got complacent and didn't do there checks properly.
So just be to clear a few people standing infront of a tescos means everyone is gonna die if there's a fire, when the alarms sound and the staff say "fire move" the pensioners will act like a defensive line amd hold the shoppers in instead of scampering?
This shop only having the main door as a fire door?