You are at the walking by a group of skaters on the side walk. Most were around 13 but one was a beautiful little 9 year old bi-racial boy with green eyes, caramel colored skin and curly hair. The boy is being yelled at by a chubby 5’8 bald 38 year old white guy. The guy is saying “Obviously your parents don’t put a foot in your butt quiet enough! Because you don’t know the meaning of respect! How old are you?” The boy cutely says “9” The Bald guy yells “9! Do you talk to your teachers like this? And mouth off in front of your teachers? Then what makes you think you can do it to me!?”
The boy looks at you and says “Hey can you help us, this guy is freaking yelling at us for no reason.” What do you do?
So you would ignore the kid and walk away? Artards man.
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obviously any sane person would grab the child away from the fat man and take the child to the nearest palace where he could be treated as the true prince he is………..
I would engage the man so that the kids could get away, regardless of one being bi-racial with blue eyes. Not sure what that has to do with anything.
Hell no, I’d be right up there screaming at the guy for yelling at kids saying he has no business being there at all. I’d say “You better get the hell out of here or I’m gonna call the cops.”
Um question…what does the man and young boys races and appearances matter?
Source(s): Sounds kinda racist to me
I obviously walked into the situation with know knowledge of what took place beforehand. I would walk away. If the man did anything wrong there would be a group of 13 year olds there to back up the 9 year old’s story.
Go help him. It’s kind of a no-brainer. But maybe this kid actually DID do something bad? Whatever it is, find out the full story first before you support either side.
I would call the cops. That man sounds like a dumba**.
Go away, troll.
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