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Twelve year old gang leader thought it was fun to throw stones at vehicles on the motorway

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2 hours ago, dddave said:

When I was 15 years old, some friends and I did essentially the same stupid thing, except we tossed large tomatoes purloined from a nearby garden.

Peer pressure is so strong as a kid that reason can easily be thrown to the wind. For anyone who was more than a bit adventurous growing up it's something of a miracle to have emerged from childhood in one piece. Rather surprising in this case that the gang leader was 12 but there was at least one kid of 16 following his example. 

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36 minutes ago, lust said:

Parents should go with the kids into a detention center for 30 days x each rock that was thrown.

And before that, they should get a few lashes with the old leather belt on their bare behinds from the one in the family that weare the pants.

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1 hour ago, lust said:

Parents should go with the kids into a detention center for 30 days x each rock that was thrown.

I think normally parents of these problem kids are also both working to put food on the table thus little supervision on these kids.

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3 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

Probably he was driving a motor bike. 

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22 minutes ago, lamyai3 said:

Peer pressure is so strong as a kid that reason can easily be thrown to the wind. For anyone who was more than a bit adventurous growing up it's something of a miracle to have emerged from childhood in one piece. Rather surprising in this case that the gang leader was 12 but there was at least one kid of 16 following his example. 

That is why some people who would never condone violence was caught up in the mob destruction of property . Never underestimate the power of anonymity a person feels when acted out in a mob. 

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25 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

And before that, they should get a few lashes with the old leather belt on their bare behinds from the one in the family that weare the pants.

Now now....be careful. You would get charged with child abuse or assault and battery or cruel and unusual punishment.

This is 2019....not the 1940’s or 1950’s. 

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6 minutes ago, Ctkong said:

I think normally parents of these problem kids are also both working to put food on the table thus little supervision on these kids.

 

 

Contraception would would resolve that issue.

 

With kids comes responsibility.

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He said they intended to throw the rocks and hit the roofs of large trucks and make a big bang.

 

   It must be like a valve for them going through a non functioning educational system where they learn nothing to nil.

 

   It makes sense to me, teachers very often hit them and they do such things in revenge not knowing how bad their actions really are.

 

   I blame the system for it. 

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3 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

He said he is not a boy like the media claims but a teen like the 16yr olds

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16 minutes ago, Catoni said:

Now now....be careful. You would get charged with child abuse or assault and battery or cruel and unusual punishment.

This is 2019....not the 1940’s or 1950’s. 

Indeed, but I can't see any improvement, more the opposite.

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4 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

About 70Khr, given half a chance.

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54 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Indeed, but I can't see any improvement, more the opposite.

I agree, and I was being sarcastic, and truthful at the same time.

   I was raised in Canada when they still used corporal punishment in the schools. (The strap. A length of rubberized corded belting) 

   I got the strap on two occasions, and I admit I earned it. 

     But all in all, school kids were much better behaved back then, and respected the teachers. 

    All they get these days is some “time out” or suspended from school for a few days. They laugh it off and enjoy the break from classes.

It’s not unusual these days for a kid to tell a teacher “Go f__k yourself.” And little or nothing is done. Same in Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. You can’t touch the kid no matter what, or you will be up on charges. The kids get away with almost anything.

  My brother quit as a leader in the Beavers and Cubs because of the lack of discipline, the insults and problems, parents standing with their kid whether right or wrong, and his hands tied because of the system.  

   There is not much discipline. And society continues its long slide into the abyss. 

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One assumes the PARENTS of these boys will pay for the damage …………………………….Hopefully !

 

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3 minutes ago, Khun Paul said:

One assumes the PARENTS of these boys will pay for the damage …………………………….Hopefully !

 

Best go knock on Brittman's door ahahahha

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5 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

The same as every other 12 year old does in Thailand !

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