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    omg how awful, if it were me id probably be too scared to even say anything about the dent. Those poor kids, i think you should definitely report it to the police, the kids need someone to stick up for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    My main concerns were the smacking and lack of carseats for the boys. I think that if I had asked for his details, he would think its because Im going to claim repairs on him and he would hurt the child even more.
    I can't tell him I just want his details so I can report him to DoCS.

    I do have his number plate written down as Im thinking of calling the cops to let them have a look at the car seat situation and to let them know what I witnessed the guy doing to the boy.....
    Its great you got the number plate. Thats what I would do, go to the police!


 

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