Bystanders young girl meeting up with a stranger she met online who is clearly an online predator. Would you intervene on the child's behalf?
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Why you always need to get some sort of verification before you meet up with someone online in person. Video call, or anything else you can show is undenible proof is needed. If they can't prove themselves...you can't let them take advantage of you.
I bet if you set up a younger boy with an older woman All the fucking liberals would leave them alone because no one thinks women could rape, no let a 16 year old boy go home with a fucking 45 year old women she can’t possibly do anything. As a male, I declare this bullshit bullshit and more liberal trash bullshit
I was with some friends and I saw a 15 year old girl being dragged by a 40 year old man. At first I thought they were father daughter. But when the man said “No one will ever know” I jumped in between them shielding the girl and confronting the man. I took a punch in the face but in the end the girl was safe from him.
One time on roblox i got this random friend request from a guy...he started chatting with me,asking if i had Snapchat or Instagram,and i said no,so than he asked for my number so i said i don't have a phone, Than he asked if i had a home phone, and i said yes. Then he said join me in free draw, which is a game where you can draw anything you want. So i asked my sister if she could join me and protect me and make sure he did not do anything bad to me. So than he started chatting with me again asking if i was there and i said ya so than he asked where i lived than he just joined the free draw game, so i joined him...there was nobody else exept me and my sister and the guy in that server. So than he drew his phone number down and asked to call me than my sister stepped up and said NO YOU CHILD PREDATOR!!! GET AWAY FROM MY SISTER YOU GRANDPA!!!!!!!!!! than he wrote down where he lives than it was my turn..me and my sister both left the game...we have not seen that guy ever since then....
Things used to be simpler in years past. But now with all these personal liberties and rights, it's becoming more and more difficult to intervene when you see something wrong. If you intervene, you risk being charged yourself with some crime that you may inadvertently commit. That's why most people just look on and do nothing these days.
i would hate to be in this position bc as much as they cant trust the guy what makes them think they should trust me like i have no idea what i would say to try and help them out of that ugh it just scares me so much how terrible the world is and how common things like this are so it could be any day i am in this position
If people feel responsible for each other to help then world become a safe place for all of us. Just a small step towards each other make our world a better place to live! Do something as you expect from others to do for you!!!
This show is SUCH BULLSHIT when can anyone here honestly say that they have ever seen an older man with a child talking like that out in the open? 'What would you do' makes good numbers and is entertaining but they deliberately create ridiculous situations. The type of seedy depraved pervert who would actually try to commit a heinous act like this would never sit in a café openly proclaiming his paedophilia. I wish the show could use more realism
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