My nine yr old daughter was lured out of the house tonight, "By a FRIEND" and into a trap, where 7 other teenagers were want to beat her up for kicking the little sister of one of the rats, anyone who seen my "Car problem" post, will know I was on vacation last week, so how the F could these scally girls have had a problem with my daughter,
My god, its not save to let her out of our own house now...
some days I just want to run down every kid I see on the street.
Time for a Sexy Party!
Hope your daughter is okay and recovers from traumas. It's sick how sneaky and evil some people can be, even if they do have tiny brains. We've had problem chavs near my house in the past, attacking cars in the street and what not (but not recently, strangely). If you ring the police, 90% of the time they're useless. It's too confrontational for any grown up police man in my local district- they'd rather sit in their cars catching people driving 3mph over the speed limit.
I remember once we had a gang of 14-17 yr olds in our Vegetable garden. It's hidden away behind behind a tall hedge which separates it from the main garden. We called the police, and a 50 year + guy (probably capable of running 10 meters before collapsing) came with a huge torch and radios blaring. By the time he had crossed the lawn the kids were long gone.
Good lord! I hope your daughter is okay. We had somebody ring our doorbell at 3:00 A.M. in the morning, my folks told me. Apparently I slept right through it somehow. Dad pulled out the shotgun and went out into the street looking for those b-tards. Never found em, but my best guess it was these three petty teens that live near us. They're like what, 16-18 or so, only half my maturity? I'm 15. That's not saying alot.
Ruddy Nora, Kai! I'm sure she'll be okay though. I got attacked by some chavs years back, it didn't affect me psychologically but everyone kept asking me if it did. She'll be okay in time But yea. There are some total twunts out there, there are twunts everywhere though. Locals, internet, government.
A couple of friends have been attacked too for no reason at all. Some people are just d**ks.
Out of curiosity are you taking this further with the police or anything?
Originally Posted by Kai Proton We live in a Greater Manchester abotu 15 miles from manchester itself,
not a bad area, usually,
And thanks for everyone asking if she is ok, she seems ok,
as for taking it further, what can we do really, Im sure if this was the usa I could get a lawyer to call attempted murder, because it was pre-meditated, and they wanted to cause her harm,
Oh smart, where abouts in Greater Manchester? I'm on the very most northern-east edge of it, actually closer to Huddersfield than I am to the city centre .
But no it's definitely GBH, pre-meditated assault and there is certainly a lot you can do.
And see what I mean about d**ks being everywhere? I can't believe in a thread about your daughter being viciously attacked the pits people can drop to.
It's just not as safe to be out and about at night as it used to be. A few years ago I used to walk around the suburbs I am local to, anywhere between 10pm-4am with not a single problem, now there are certain types of people and problem families who's children roam the streets in gangs of 14-17yr olds with nothing better to do than wait for a single person to walk by to mug. Last year a boy was stabbed at the local shop.
I think he's upset about my "that explains it then" comment. To be honest Manchester is notorious for crime, like most cities in the UK (but probably more so than a good handful I can think of). Whilst what has happened to Kai's daughter is sick, and should make the news headlines to highlight such a nasty issue, I'm somewhat less surprised when I hear he lives in/around Manchester.
I remember when my brothers made good friends with a "decent girl" from Manchester, whilst abroad on holiday. They met up with her for New Year's Eve in Manchester only to find she was off her face on cocaine, like her mother who was also attending the party. I guess people aren't what they seem.
But like I say, most cities have these problems throughout the world, not just in the UK. It's sad but true. I'll never visit Baltimore.