March 26, 2014
PROBABLY AFRAID OF BEING CHARGED AS PEDOPHILES: Walk on by Britain: Two little girls pretend to be lost in a busy shopping centre. So how many people stop to help? One. How many ignore their plight? More than SIX HUNDRED. “Experts said the reluctance of the passers-by was partly explained by people being busy, and partly a fear – especially among men – of any help they offer a child being misinterpreted. But the NSPCC said a child’s welfare was more important than worrying about being labelled a ‘stranger danger’.” If they believed that, they’d act differently.