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Masha
Posts 567


10/03/2012 14:45:59
We were witness to a terrible incident last night as we parked our car in the basement car park and went for the Literature Festival. There were about 10-15 kids all aged 10 to 12 years old in the car park with cans of Red Bull hanging around. A young lady was walking towards her car and this group of kids ran upto her and abused her in adult language. They even threw cans at her. We were stunned. They were definitely not local kids please don't blame the locals.

Where are the parents and how do they let such young kids on their own in a mall?





M_K
Posts 46


10/03/2012 15:12:12
Masha@ tats sad to know how DUBAI is changing every day ....for a minute i would give some benefit of doubt to the kids...maybe tat lady has been MEAN/BAD to one of those children and they had planned to wait for her in the car park....also saying that THEY SHOULDN'T BE DOING IT...exactly where the **** were their parents !!!!!!





aline_jlt
Posts 918


10/03/2012 15:51:23
those are Gulf Kids prob KSA





lamaaz
Posts 941


11/03/2012 09:55:33
aline_jlt wrote:
those are Gulf Kids prob KSA


...and you knew that how exactly??





angelinaballerina
Posts 1358


11/03/2012 09:56:13
lamaaz wrote:
aline_jlt wrote:
those are Gulf Kids prob KSA


...and you knew that how exactly??


prejudice





muu
Posts 291


11/03/2012 10:03:23
GoodMorning wrote:
We were driving around Umm Al Quwain another weekend and 2 teenage kids on a motorbike whizzed past a labourer walking on roadside. The 2 monkeys threw their cans of drinks at him, laughing away!!! Awful behaviour that I have never seen.


its sad that these kids manage to get away with such disgusting behaviour.





Arch
Posts 1113


11/03/2012 10:04:59
angelinaballerina wrote:
lamaaz wrote:
aline_jlt wrote:
those are Gulf Kids prob KSA


...and you knew that how exactly??


prejudice


Prejudice is one thing, being politically correct to the point of blindness is another.

We can close our eyes and say it "could have been" rowdy Japanese, Bolivian or Fijian kids, but people generally know that kids, teenagers who throw bottles, harass girls and some men, vandalize stuff are generally not western or Far eastern expats , there are some kids who carry knives and even swords sometimes and take part in gangfights, and they are generally of some other backgrounds, not KSA maybe, but some other countries.
edited by Arch on 11/03/2012
edited by Arch on 11/03/2012





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