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When will people learn!!

michelleleemoo Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Seen this today and in light of the Bulger murder being in the news again I cannot believe that people are so flipping stupid! And for what, to put a bet on!
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
http://i623.photobucket.com/albums/tt320/michelleleemoo/DSC00604.jpg

there's a little girl in the pushchair, about 3 years old. Made me so cross
banned#2
what is it cant see pic?
#3
see this all the time and its shocking parenting,mothers take kids in the pram to our local asda and when they get to the store,if the kids asleep in the pram,they just park them at the door!
#4
Unfortunately I don't think some people will ever learn! :-(
#5
bykergrove
what is it cant see pic?


kid in a pushchair outside a bookies :x
banned#6
barky
see this all the time and its shocking parenting,mothers take kids in the pram to our local asda and when they get to the store,if the kids asleep in the pram,they just park them at the door!


i remember the day after the jamie killing, kids still running round shops, and that was the very next day, i was gobsmacked, but i suppose everybody thinks it wont happen to them
banned#7
and your taking pics of kids.....i know you mean no harm but just think what the perception of you was for anyone who seen you doing that
#8
barky
see this all the time and its shocking parenting,mothers take kids in the pram to our local asda and when they get to the store,if the kids asleep in the pram,they just park them at the door!


surely the staff should say something
banned#9
michelleleemoo
kid in a pushchair outside a bookies :x


must've been a hot tip
#10
Agree, people shouldn't take pics of young children:whistling:

You realise that you are the one in the wrong here (but I do agree with you).

Wonder if she is still there?:?
#11
hncb0809
and your taking pics of kids.....i know you mean no harm but just think what the perception of you was for anyone who seen you doing that


well i'm sure the parents wouldnt give a fig as they obviously dont care and its a good job i'm not a peadophile isnt it otherwise I would have had free reign!
#12
Not that I'm advocating leaving children outside a bookie's but surely whoever left the child there would be able to see him/her out the window.
banned#13
michelleleemoo
well i'm sure the parents wouldnt give a fig as they obviously dont care and its a good job i'm not a peadophile isnt it otherwise I would have had free reign!


yea but people seeing you do that

they dont need anymore reason to brand you a paedo
#14
bykergrove
must've been a hot tip


looool
#15
I realise I'm probably going to be vilified for taking the picture but just goes to show that the risk to the child is not just abduction
#16
StudentJo;8060267
Not that I'm advocating leaving children outside a bookie's but surely whoever left the child there would be able to see him/her out the window.


That'll be a great help as the pushchair rolls into the road.:whistling:...

...into a bus load of Paedo's, on a day trip to the local primary school.
#17
Foxy102
That'll be a great help as the pushchair rolls into the road.:whistling:


or a car mounts the curb
banned#18
michelleleemoo
I realise I'm probably going to be vilified for taking the picture but just goes to show that the risk to the child is not just abduction


i aswell as other know u meant no harm but perception i think is the issue now

maybe discuss it without the pic
#19
maybe they were backing their kid to be the next child abduction?
Worth a punt.
Was this in Leicester by any chance?
#20
StudentJo
Not that I'm advocating leaving children outside a bookie's but surely whoever left the child there would be able to see him/her out the window.


Because being able to see where the child is is a great idea...Madeleine McCann anyone?

If the parent had turned their back on the window, to actually place the bet, or play fruit machines, then it'd only take a second for the child to go missing.
#21
skusey
maybe they were backing their kid to be the next child abduction?
Worth a punt.
Was this in Leicester by any chance?


Nottingham
#22
Seriously, this is really bad. I can't really understand the parents at all. It's just ridiculous.

You can bet online now anyone, so there's not even any need for it.
#23
In OP's favour - OP was simply taking a picture of her rear view mirror showing how close the car behind was?

Against OP - Using a phone whilst driving??
#24
davidn84
Because being able to see where the child is is a great idea...Madeleine McCann anyone?

If the parent had turned their back on the window, to actually place the bet, or play fruit machines, then it'd only take a second for the child to go missing.


Seriously? So now leaving your child in the car while you pay for petrol is the same as going out for a meal and leaving your children in bed.
#25
davidn84
In OP's favour - OP was simply taking a picture of her rear view mirror showing how close the car behind was?

Against OP - Using a phone whilst driving??


was waiting for that, no defence as engine was obviously running but car was stationary
#26
Don't see the issue with the pic, it's not explicit and the child is in a public area, it's not a dodgy close up.

If it were me I'd be reporting it to social services, see if they recognise the child, if she is known.

Disgusting you can only turn you back for a second and kids disappear and that's at home! If their was an oppertunist peado, thuggish kids, looney driver you name it anything could have happened to her in a split second they were placing that bet.
#27
StudentJo
Seriously? So now leaving your child in the car while you pay for petrol is the same as going out for a meal and leaving your children in bed.


there was a thread about the petrol station thing before, just dont do it
#28
StudentJo
Seriously? So now leaving your child in the car while you pay for petrol is the same as going out for a meal and leaving your children in bed.


Yeah there was a thread IMHO that's a bit different, leaving kids strapped into a locked car for 2 mins, is different to leaving them exposed to the elements, easily snatchable if they wanted with minimal fuss, still not ideal but not quite the same.
#29
StudentJo
Seriously? So now leaving your child in the car while you pay for petrol is the same as going out for a meal and leaving your children in bed.


michelleleemoo
there was a thread about the petrol station thing before, just dont do it


Kind of is the same thing...depends on how far you gotta go to pay for the petrol. But taking OP's advice i'll leave it there :whistling:
banned#30
tinkerbell28
Don't see the issue with the pic, it's not explicit and the child is in a public area, it's not a dodgy close up.

If it were me I'd be reporting it to social services, see if they recognise the child, if she is known.

Disgusting you can only turn you back for a second and kids disappear and that's at home! If their was an oppertunist peado, thuggish kids, looney driver you name it anything could have happened to her in a split second they were placing that bet.


in Scotland at least its illegal to photograph a child in any way, parents permission needed.

doubt social service would recognize the kid
#31
maybe the father is frank gallagher from shameless, lol
#32
michelleleemoo
I realise I'm probably going to be vilified for taking the picture but just goes to show that the risk to the child is not just abduction


Don't worry about it. Keep the pic as there's nothing wrong - child is unidentifyable etc, and it's not kiddy porn - Otherwise, the argos catalogue would be classed as paedo top shelf material.
#33
DragonChris
Don't worry about it. Keep the pic as there's nothing wrong - child is unidentifyable etc, and it's not kiddy porn - Otherwise, the argos catalogue would be classed as paedo top shelf material.


Although i'm quite sure they have the parents permission to take these photos :whistling: Whereas the argument people are making is that OP didnt have parents permission.
#34
hncb0809
in Scotland at least its illegal to photograph a child in any way, parents permission needed.

doubt social service would recognize the kid


Not here it's not. Illegal are you sure, really? Or it's just you need permission for school etc. Otherwise a lot of criminals in parks, play centres, birthday parties, tourist areas, theme parks, where it's easy to get other kids in the background:?

They may do, if it were me I'd still report it.
#35
hncb0809
in Scotland at least its illegal to photograph a child in any way, parents permission needed.

doubt social service would recognize the kid


unfortunately illegal does not mean it doesnt happen, as I have apparently highlighted

DragonChris
Don't worry about it. Keep the pic as there's nothing wrong - child is unidentifyable etc, and it's not kiddy porn - Otherwise, the argos catalogue would be classed as paedo top shelf material.


thats what I thought, I wouldnt have shown the face if it was visible anyway
#36
davidn84
Although i'm quite sure they have the parents permission to take these photos :whistling: Whereas the argument people are making is that OP didnt have parents permission.


thats because they were busy inside the bookies :roll:
1 Like #37
davidn84
Although i'm quite sure they have the parents permission to take these photos :whistling: Whereas the argument people are making is that OP didnt have parents permission.


From the pic I can see, that could be a doll in the buggy. We know it's a child but it's unidentifyable, not indecent etc.

Really, anyone trying to suggest anything negative about the photo is clearly trolling for kicks or is part of the PC brigade and needs a kick...

(Not implying that about you though, just since you raised the point)
1 Like #38
michelleleemoo
unfortunately illegal does not mean it doesnt happen, as I have apparently highlighted



thats what I thought, I wouldnt have shown the face if it was visible anyway


I wouldn't worry moo really, as we are all criminals in the making, loads of pictures of peoples kids from when we have been to legoland etc, heck some rides legoland themselves even have us paired with others. A lot of OTT reactions to the pic in this thread.

I don't think the parents will give a crap, aslong as their winnings came in.

PS I don't believe for one minute it's illegal to take pics of anyone in a public place, would be interested to see the law that says otherwise, really.


DragonChris
From the pic I can see, that could be a doll in the buggy. We know it's a child but it's unidentifyable, not indecent etc.

Really, anyone trying to suggest anything negative about the photo is clearly trolling for kicks or is part of the PC brigade and needs a kick...

(Not implying that about you though, just since you raised the point)



+1
#39
michelleleemoo
thats because they were busy inside the bookies :roll:


Would that be the bookies on Manvers Street in Nottingham? :whistling:

You're right though...when will people ever learn!!! :p
#40
StevenA2000_uk
Would that be the bookies on Manvers Street in Nottingham? :whistling:

You're right though...when will people ever learn!!! :p


near sneinton market yes :p

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