Nottingham Sainsbury's cash machine 15in off the ground

BBC reporter measuring how low the cash machine is off the ground Customers have to bend or kneel to use the cash machine in Basford

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A supermarket cash machine has been installed just 15in (38cm) off the ground in Nottingham.

Customers have to bend or kneel to use the machine, installed outside a Sainsbury's Local store in Basford.

A Sainsbury's spokesman said the cash machine was installed so low down because it was located on a hill.

The supermarket added that it had not had any complaints about the height but was looking at moving the machine, thought to be Britain's lowest.

Steve Drury, 27, who posted a picture on social media, told the Daily Mail: "I couldn't believe it.

"It was just so low to the ground and a man using it was squatting to try to get his money out.

"The poor guy must have done his back in. It looked incredibly uncomfortable."

Man kneeling to use a cash machine in Nottingham Sainsbury's said it had not had any complaints but was looking at relocating the machine

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