posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 11:33 AM
reply to post by boncho
Well yeah that's true, otherwise we'd have murderers' running around with Santa suits on thinking they'd get away with it. The principle of this point
is the fact that the Santa guy didn't seem to be breaking any law. Perhaps vandalism by drawing on the ground, but nothing seems explicit in any way,
nor detrimental to any persons.
The police could've handled the situation so much better, taking him to one side and explaining the situation. But noooo.... Call for backup....
Let's make a big scene. While down the road someone is getting mugged, car stolen, house broken into etc etc.
With kids around too.....not the way policing should he done. What kind of message does this send out to kids? I'm in the UK, and I couldn't trust a
policeman as far as I could throw one. I got pulled over and treated like a criminal because 'I was driving too sensibly' .
edit on 25/12/77 by RobbieK because: (no reason given)