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    E - I'd give the local police station a ring and just let them know. Elderly man may have escaped dementia ward. I'd rather be safe than sorry.

    I always have at least kid in the car so no way in hell would I pull up and talk to anyone, but in the situation you've described I couldn't do nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    E - I'd give the local police station a ring and just let them know. Elderly man may have escaped dementia ward. I'd rather be safe than sorry.
    TBH this happened to me once. I was driving through an industrial area in Sydney on a Sunday afternoon so it was like a ghost town with none of the businesses open but here was this little old lady wandering down the street. It didn't sit right with me so I called the police to let them know and as it turned out she had dementia and had wandered off from her sons house. They had been searching for her for hours and sunset was only an hour away. They were oh so glad for the report I gave.

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    And I would think this:

    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Something is not quite right with that......

    Elderly man? I'd be concerned that he has some sort of dementia or alzheimers........

    Was there anything else off about his appearance or demeanour?


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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Something is not quite right with that......

    Elderly man? I'd be concerned that he has some sort of dementia or alzheimers........

    Was there anything else off about his appearance or demeanour?
    This was my exact first thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Something is not quite right with that......

    Elderly man? I'd be concerned that he has some sort of dementia or alzheimers........

    Was there anything else off about his appearance or demeanour?
    He was old-ish, but nothing else seemed odd. Seemed like it was just his chosen attire.

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    Poor man though, hope he was ok (physically and mentally).

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    A) unless something else seemed off in which case I might call the police to do a welfare check

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    unless I was in a rush and had someone with me I'd ask him If he is ok.

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