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Due to this lockdown, I put one walk talkie outside on the window sill and broadcasted please go home. Theres a car park behind my house and there was this white ford fiesta with people in it getting out. I said "people in the white ford fiesta, the uk is on lockdown so go home" then I hear shouting, swearing and everything. Basically this guy is getting all mad saying "coming over the ****ing fence and say that, ****ing sat there in your **** house and your radio bull**** you prick". I was scared that he was going to jump over the fence and come into the house but he didnt thankfully but he was proper getting mad, he was kicking the fence, shouting and swearing for about 10 minutes. My parents went out and sorted it then they proper had ago at me. Im just in a bit of shock still and scared because the guy knows where I live also my parents rection was not helpful. Im better now but my heart was pounding when they guy was shouting, I was so scared ngl. I just attempted to help people stay at home and its gone wrong.
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You weren't really trying to help though were you. You've learnt from it, antagonising people doesn't help, and you won't do it again.
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Due to this lockdown, I put one walk talkie outside on the window sill and broadcasted please go home. Theres a car park behind my house and there was this white ford fiesta with people in it getting out. I said "people in the white ford fiesta, the uk is on lockdown so go home" then I hear shouting, swearing and everything. Basically this guy is getting all mad saying "coming over the ****ing fence and say that, ****ing sat there in your **** house and your radio bull**** you prick". I was scared that he was going to jump over the fence and come into the house but he didnt thankfully but he was proper getting mad, he was kicking the fence, shouting and swearing for about 10 minutes. My parents went out and sorted it then they proper had ago at me. Im just in a bit of shock still and scared because the guy knows where I live also my parents rection was not helpful. Im better now but my heart was pounding when they guy was shouting, I was so scared ngl. I just attempted to help people stay at home and its gone wrong.
This was pretty childish and badly judged. If I'd been your parents, I would have had a go at you, too.

I'm sure this action came from a good place, and a desire to do the right thing, but you are not the police, neither do you have any authority to be telling people what to do. People don't really like being bossed around in this country, particularly from a walkie talkie placed on a window-ledge. This is not (quite) 1984.

Think a bit more...
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You weren't really trying to help though were you. You've learnt from it, antagonising people doesn't help, and you won't do it again.
I was just trying to help
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you were doing the right thing, they should be home. Next time get some sort of defensive weaponry to deter them if they get hostile.
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This was pretty childish and badly judged. If I'd been your parents, I would have had a go at you, too.

I'm sure this action came from a good place, and a desire to do the right thing, but you are not the police, neither do you have any authority to be telling people what to do. People don't really like being bossed around in this country, particularly from a walkie talkie placed on a window-ledge. This is not (quite) 1984.

Think a bit more...
I could so say I was helping the police out. On youtube people who post videos of them being out get told what to do in the comments.
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I could so say I was helping the police out. On youtube people who post videos of them being out get told what to do in the comments.
But you weren't commenting on a video on YouTube, were you? You were telling people what to do via a disembodied voice broadcasting from a walkie-talkie!!

Surely you can see the difference? How old are you?
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But you weren't commenting on a video on YouTube, were you? You were telling people what to do via a disembodied voice broadcasting from a walkie-talkie!!

Surely you can see the difference? How old are you?
I just wanted to try help people out and Im 21 years old.
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I just wanted to try help people out and Im 21 years old.
Only just 21
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I just wanted to try help people out and Im 21 years old.
Oh wow... I wasn't expecting that!
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Oh wow... I wasn't expecting that!
Ok
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you were doing the right thing, they should be home. Next time get some sort of defensive weaponry to deter them if they get hostile.
I know, people should be at home
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Due to this lockdown, I put one walk talkie outside on the window sill and broadcasted please go home. Theres a car park behind my house and there was this white ford fiesta with people in it getting out. I said "people in the white ford fiesta, the uk is on lockdown so go home" then I hear shouting, swearing and everything. Basically this guy is getting all mad saying "coming over the ****ing fence and say that, ****ing sat there in your **** house and your radio bull**** you prick". I was scared that he was going to jump over the fence and come into the house but he didnt thankfully but he was proper getting mad, he was kicking the fence, shouting and swearing for about 10 minutes. My parents went out and sorted it then they proper had ago at me. Im just in a bit of shock still and scared because the guy knows where I live also my parents rection was not helpful. Im better now but my heart was pounding when they guy was shouting, I was so scared ngl. I just attempted to help people stay at home and its gone wrong.
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Due to this lockdown, I put one walk talkie outside on the window sill and broadcasted please go home. Theres a car park behind my house and there was this white ford fiesta with people in it getting out. I said "people in the white ford fiesta, the uk is on lockdown so go home" then I hear shouting, swearing and everything. Basically this guy is getting all mad saying "coming over the ****ing fence and say that, ****ing sat there in your **** house and your radio bull**** you prick". I was scared that he was going to jump over the fence and come into the house but he didnt thankfully but he was proper getting mad, he was kicking the fence, shouting and swearing for about 10 minutes. My parents went out and sorted it then they proper had ago at me. Im just in a bit of shock still and scared because the guy knows where I live also my parents rection was not helpful. Im better now but my heart was pounding when they guy was shouting, I was so scared ngl. I just attempted to help people stay at home and its gone wrong.
Record him (this is allowed as it is for evidence) and tell the police if it happens again.
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Record him (this is allowed as it is for evidence) and tell the police if it happens again.
I will if he comes back again
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I will if he comes back again
okay, good. If the police don't help, then let me know because I have plan B.
Also you get fined and go to prison for about 3 months if you are outside for no reason.
If you are in your garden, then that is fine.
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You were doing something normally people would not even think of. But that guy's reaction, was pathetic. He deserves broken legs.

I saw something similar not too long ago. One guy was looking for a parking space. Didn't indicate or anything before stopping, then started reversing doing the parallel park. The guy behind him horned, only lightly. The first guy then went absolute berserk. Started shouting like a mad dog before he realised that his window wasn't even rolled down. The guy behind him just overtook and drove off as the other was opening his door. Sensible, I guess.

I really wish these types would get their teeth knocked out more often by someone else with a violent record.
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You were doing the right thing but perhaps not the right way!
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You were doing the right thing but perhaps not the right way!
I was thinking of other ways I could have done it but there isnt many
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Actually this also reminded me of a time when one of my neighbors' kids a few houses down would throw these obnoxious parties. They were obnoxious, because he literally made as much noise as he could possibly do. At one point he was beating up some metal bins with a steel pipe of some sort.

I got this 2000 lumen torch one day. I got a long cardboard tube that I found lying somewhere, and lined it on the inside with tinfoil, so as to reflect the light beam into a straight line, so I could direct it better over long distances. Then one night when they were doing their thing at 1am on the weekend, I spooked them with it. The light was so strong, they didn't know wtf was going on. At first they all ran inside, maybe they thought it was a police helicopter. Then they came out and where looking all over the place, like ants do when you kick their nest.

I didn't live there for very long, so didn't have to put up with it much, or I might have done something else to deal with it once for all. They did drugs there and were drag racing on scooters at one point. I know exactly what to do about things like that.
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