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Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:29:24

At a soft play, 90% sure there's aan taking photos of random children. Seem him sat on his phone with camera on. Told the managers don't seem to be doing much .
Not sure if he got a shot of my dd who ran infront of him. He's acting very shifty.
What do I do?
He's here with his son...

Reddragon116 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:30:40

Get a grip - very helpful in these dangerous situations

TheReluctantCountess Wed 31-Dec-14 12:31:10

You could either raise it again with the staff or ask him outright.

Babiecakes11 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:31:44

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:31:53

What does get a grip mean? Approach random man with my dd as I'm on my own?

MrsTawdry Wed 31-Dec-14 12:32:20

I would approach him...just say "Are you an official photographer?" see what he says.

If you don'r want to do that, ask management and insist he is removed.

TurnOverTheTv Wed 31-Dec-14 12:32:36

Isn't he just taking pictures of his son?

TheReluctantCountess Wed 31-Dec-14 12:32:45

Are there lots of people there?

Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:32:51

He has a son here.
He put his phone down when the manager walked behind him but when I walked behind him I could see he was sat there with his phone on camera.

AnyoneforTurps Wed 31-Dec-14 12:32:53

Man taking photos of own child in public space? That does indeed sound shocking.

26Point2Miles Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:12

Op he could just be a parent... Like you!

jollygoose Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:12

whats an aan?

WowserBowser Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:20

He's there with his son. Call 111 FFS.

Are you not just over reacting? How do you know it is his camera?

fairylightsonthetree Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:26

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TurnOverTheTv Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:33

Insist he is removed? For what exactly?

wantsaneasylife Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:37

I would suggest you call the police. And possibly your local MP. We can't possibly allow a man to be with his own child at a soft play place, taking <gasp> photos. Honestly, OP, get a bloody grip.

Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:41

His son was nowhere near him. He was in the soft play he's sat in the cafe with his phone on camera and now I've noticed it he looks at each child that goes past, not that that's that unusual but he seems odd

Babiecakes11 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:33:54

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TurnOverTheTv Wed 31-Dec-14 12:34:02

And it's not illegal to take pictures anyway.

26Point2Miles Wed 31-Dec-14 12:34:14

Stop spying on men and watch and supervise your kid!!

sarkymare Wed 31-Dec-14 12:34:24

Are you sure he's taking photos of random children and not of his son? He might not be taking photos at all. He could be playing a game. It often looks like I'm taking photos when playing a particular game on my phone.

Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:34:52

Man.*
I saw his bloody camera. He's hiding it up quiet obviously, I walked behind him to check

weeblueberry Wed 31-Dec-14 12:35:33

Christ on a stick....his son is there and he's looking at his phone AND other children??

Call the flipping papers...hmm

WowserBowser Wed 31-Dec-14 12:35:49

What would you do if it was a woman?

Kab13 Wed 31-Dec-14 12:36:15

I didn't ask for personal attacks.
I'm sat with my dd, she's eating lunch.
I'll leave it but the managers made it clear they thought he was odd and another lady mentioned it to them. It's not just me

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