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Dad Confronts Man For Inappropriately Touching His Kid Fight Breaks Out

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posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 10:32 AM
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for youtube views you can make money on there




posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 10:38 AM
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Originally posted by haven123
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for youtube views you can make money on there


i guess i didnt get that memo

thanks for the tip !



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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Everybody is pedo Crazy at the moment.

Its the Same here in the UK

I actually looked at some figures reading the subject in the OP and a child is 30% less likely now to be involved in that action compared to 1980s



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 10:44 AM
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agreed



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by lifeform11
the unwritten rules are as thus.

1. never approach, talk to or touch any child even if it is only a pat on the back or a prod on the shoulder.

2. never look at a child.

3. never wait for family members (arranged meeting point) near a park, school or another place associated with children).

4. never sit next to a child on public transport or anywhere, if there is not enough space stand up.

5. if a child approaches you to ask you for help (directions, money to make a phone call home, etc) ignore them, say nothing and walk on.

of course these rules mostly only apply to men, but none the less these are the rules and there are probably more.


Thank goodness I live in a country in which a man is not immediately assumed to be a pedophile.

Feminism and political correctness have a lot to answer for. Demonizing men is one of them.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:18 AM
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They were being filmed becouse they were acting. Why else? Who films ques at taco bars?



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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Smells fishy. I'm not going to label it a hoax thought without proper evidence. Also this whole "touching inappropriately" is a load of bs.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:32 AM
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whilst i agree, the unwritten rules still apply, and anyone who does not stick to them put themselves in a position of being a suspect. I do not agree that is how it should be, but i cannot ignore the fact that that is how it is in society these days.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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Wow. First that guy has way more patience than I would have with my child. Also the first time he would bump me I would consider that assault and the way he was stumbling around would have been a quick and easy take-down and subdue with a huge possibility of excessive force.
again, wow.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:38 AM
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Originally posted by lifeform11
the guy in glasses is an idiot and i would leave it at that. he should of known how it would be interpreted, he was a bloke who was being friendly to a child and touching him. these days that is a no no unless he was a female.

the unwritten rules are as thus.

1. never approach, talk to or touch any child even if it is only a pat on the back or a prod on the shoulder.

2. never look at a child.

3. never wait for family members (arranged meeting point) near a park, school or another place associated with children).

4. never sit next to a child on public transport or anywhere, if there is not enough space stand up.

5. if a child approaches you to ask you for help (directions, money to make a phone call home, etc) ignore them, say nothing and walk on.

of course these rules mostly only apply to men, but none the less these are the rules and there are probably more.


Sage advice there, even though it's a sad state of affairs. Unwritten rule is that every male is a pedo/rapist or in some cases terrorist.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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I see some drunk dude messing around with a kid. This society we live in has become too hyper-vigilant for it's own good.

He is probably a parent himself. I don't see some pedo monster trying to perp a kid. Esp with the kids dad right there.

So now, this guys face is on YT as a perv. This could in fact ruin his life. 10-15 years ago this would not even bee an issue but today we see a guy talking to a kid and we automatically think perv. It disgusts me.

Or...
After reading through and watching it again it is prob fake. Why someone would fake this is beyond me. It did look staged at a second look. Anywho


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posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 12:03 PM
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1. never approach, talk to or touch any child even if it is only a pat on the back or a prod on the shoulder.

2. never look at a child.

3. never wait for family members (arranged meeting point) near a park, school or another place associated with children).

4. never sit next to a child on public transport or anywhere, if there is not enough space stand up.

5. if a child approaches you to ask you for help (directions, money to make a phone call home, etc) ignore them, say nothing and walk on.


What horrible rules. Especially number five. Because what if the kid needs to dial 911 for an emergency and there are good Samaritan laws? That creates so much of a trap it's not even funny.

i'm sick of this hyper-sensitivity to kids crap and really wish it would end.

kids are not that special, and I wish people would learn that.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by Ben81
I have corrected the op
hope it is more appropriate now


Kinda hard to forget you said this guy is "clearly a pedo."
That really says something to me about where your mind is at.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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If that wasn't staged then I'm totally gobsmacked how brazen the pervs are getting, quite recently inour local Asda (walMart) a couple of eastern euro immigrants had little girl in a toilet "Cutting off her hair" !! (still waiting on update on that it went all quite) and last week a couple of guys raped a boy 0f 17 in a shopping mall for gods sake !!



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 04:17 PM
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What horrible rules. Especially number five. Because what if the kid needs to dial 911 for an emergency and there are good Samaritan laws? That creates so much of a trap it's not even funny.
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There is always the option to approach the nearest female so that they can help, but for a split second of you approaching another female to ask them to help the child you will probably be assumed to be a rapist or thieve
until you make your intentions clear.

a situation cropped up years ago that is a good example of such a dilemma, me and my partner were at home and our kids were at school, we could hear the cries of a baby coming from the front of the house, our living room was situated at the back of the house, we thought nothing of it, but it must of gone on for over an hour.

I was sorting out the rubbish in the house, throwing away the rubbish but the bag was full, so I emptied the bin and took it to the front where our wheely bin was, you could still hear the crying of a baby, I opened the front door and went to put the rubbish in the bin and was shocked to see a little girl in nothing but a nappy crying her eyes out, i looked up and down the street and saw no parents in sight.

I shouted my partner and told her to watch her while i phoned the police, I phoned the police and then went back to the front of the house and we noticed some people further down the street. so i went down there to ask if they knew who the parents were or if they recognized the girl and explained she looks lost or abandoned, they said they didn't but knew of a person on the street they had seen with a child and said they will go and check with them.

a few seconds later a woman comes down the street and explains it's her child and she got out because the back door was unlocked and took her home. the police arrived shortly after and i explained what had occurred and that the mother had took her home. not only did it raise questions about some peoples parenting abilities, when it comes to subjects like this one it raises a dilemma, what would i of done if my partner was not at home? and i was on my own.

would i have helped? Probably but i cannot say for certain i would off. simple because of the way people might think, girl goes missing from home and i would be the one last seen with them maybe they would think i took her from her home as oppose to just getting out of an unlocked door, luckily my partner was there and we did help.

sometimes as cruel as it seems it is just best to let females deal with it, and if your the only person who knows a child is in need of help, alert a female quick!



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posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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Originally posted by Endorra

Originally posted by Ben81
I have corrected the op
hope it is more appropriate now


Kinda hard to forget you said this guy is "clearly a pedo."
That really says something to me about where your mind is at.


He is CLEARLY fkn weird
everything was unapropriate from him ..
he seemed attracted to the kid and was the most violent one to
hope they can arrest this a**hole

Would you go caress baby bear in front of poppa bear or the big mother bear ?

That really says something to me about where your mind is at protecting this weirdo



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by CrimsonMoon
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Kind of looks staged to me, who was filming, why did the two blokes wrestle like a couple of boys in a playground, why was the camera switched of at the point it was?


Because most people have no clue how to fight so they look just like they did in grade school. Good for that Dad! I would have dropped the guy soon as he touched me. This was not staged.
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posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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As humans, we judge. It is within our rights to make our judgments based on our knowledge and experience, and then accept the consequences. My judgment says the guy is a pedophile. See how he positions his arm to start. It is a see-I'm-not-doing-anything posture. The dad was right. ALWAYS follow your instincts. Nature built them up in you over tens of thousands of years for a reason.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 05:40 PM
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Staged or not... play or not... the instant I heard that child begin to cry, I was ready to beat someone's behind. If it was staged, then both need a correction. If not... I'd gladly have removed the offending organ from the offending person.



posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 05:52 PM
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I think that was the Mom that was filming, the dude was probably messing with the kid prior to the cell coming out. Doesn't seem all that fake to me, what with bouncing off the car. I guess I'll watch it one more time. I've seen a few fights that looked completely fake (drunks) that got out of hand quick.




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