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    I agree with getting some footage to the police. At the same time maybe if a police officer could maybe talk to your daughter & let her know the lady was in the wrong and your dd did nothing wrong because I worry about her little state of mind.

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    How shocking! I hate to resort to violence but I'm not sure I could've restrained from physically attacking her. Wow. I hope you're all Ok and don't come across anyone like that again

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    I agree with getting some footage to the police. I think that the woman probably really needs some mental help, with a state of mind that thinks spitting on a little girl is ok.

    At the same time maybe if a police officer could maybe talk to your daughter & let her know the lady was in the wrong and your dd did nothing wrong because I worry about her little state of mind. That would have been scary and will probably stay with her for a little while.

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    F*** culture, charge the feral.

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    Definitely report it to police. That is not ok.

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    I agree with getting some footage to the police. I think that the woman probably really needs some mental help, with a state of mind that thinks spitting on a little girl is ok.

    At the same time maybe if a police officer could maybe talk to your daughter & let her know the lady was in the wrong and your dd did nothing wrong because I worry about her little state of mind. That would have been scary and will probably stay with her for a little while.

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    Please give your beautiful DD a big hug from us all. No human being should be treated that way, especially a child! I agree with others about taking the matter to the police. She may already be skating on thin ice. She needs to be away from the public. What will she do next?

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    Please give your DD a big hug from us all. No human being should be treated like that, especially a child. I agree with others that this matter should be taken to the police - it is not even borderline okay. What will this woman do next?

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    Personally I think you reacted the right way by remaining composed and moving on, especially in front of your daughters. You can't let those nutters get to you.

    Whilst I would of *wanted* to hit, key her car or get retribution by going to the police, I think it's best in these circumstances to remain calm, try to forget about it and vent on bubhub
    It's a mad mad world out there and retaliating or going to the police can make it worse.

    Hope you guys are ok. What a psycho.

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    I think you did the right thing as your children were there. I would have knocked her on her a.s.s if there were no children around though. Its just such a tough situation as if you retaliated she sounds like a nutcase and who knows what bull**** she could feed the cops etc.


 
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