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Mum attacked whilst picking child up from school

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Tigerbomb Thu 16-Jun-11 17:30:53

http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2011/06/16/vicious-brawl-involving-parents-outside-school-in-kingshurst-97319-28885901/2/

Absolutely outrageous.

I hope but sincerely doubt that they are thoroughly ashamed of themselves

Tigerbomb Thu 16-Jun-11 17:31:57

www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2011/06/16/vicious-brawl-involving-parents-outside-school-in-kingshurst-97319-28885901/2/

sorry, screwed link up

Mamaz0n Thu 16-Jun-11 17:33:23

I think you should be glad that such an event made ti to the papers where you live.

Punch ups between mothers in the playground is an almost weekly occurance here.
Anyone remember the hammer over the head incident i told you about a year or so ago? Well the "victim" had a punch up the other day. She was wearing a tag from a prior incident.

Honestly they could make a shockumentry about DD's school.

GypsyMoth Thu 16-Jun-11 17:35:01

Bloody hell, where do you live?!

Mamaz0n Thu 16-Jun-11 17:39:48

i live in the jeremy Kyle guest epicentre that is Crawley.

Trust me, you do not wish you were here

BluddyMoFo Thu 16-Jun-11 17:42:55

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Isitreally Thu 16-Jun-11 18:14:58

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GypsyMoth Thu 16-Jun-11 18:23:54

I have friends in Crawley, they say the same!

Mamaz0n Thu 16-Jun-11 19:03:25

We have two community police officers on the gate every day now. I think they are there just for show tbh as they do very little.

Tiff - if you ever come here for a visit you will have to drop in and say hello

ashamedandconfused Thu 16-Jun-11 20:10:43

how sad for all those poor children

Ripeberry Thu 16-Jun-11 22:04:49

You can get that type of thing outside tiny village schools as well sad.
A couple of years ago, the kids were coming out and one mum 'kindly' told a child to be careful with the gate (magnetic lock) and the mum of the child went off on one and screamed at the other mum to stop 'touching her child' and they almost came to blows in front of the reception children.

But these two famillies hated each other and even now there is simmering tension. They try and stagger their arrival times so they don't meet.

Mamaz0n Thu 16-Jun-11 22:06:22

Ripeberry - almost coming to blows wouldn't even turn heads around here.

It is horrid.

nailak Thu 16-Jun-11 22:08:58

in forest ate bbc news reported 2 men jumped out of a car and threw acid on a women as she was pickin up her kids....

K999 Thu 16-Jun-11 22:10:46

Maybe if the community coppers had taser guns, things would improve....

Or maybe they'd get mugged for them....

maypole1 Sat 18-Jun-11 21:09:01

Its not as rare as you think its happened a couple of times at my dd school

The first was at the nursery and all the kids were shouting. Fight , fight and some were crying the Teachers were like headless chickens.

After the second time two mums in year 5 to be fair the big mum did kind of jump the other mum the head wrote a letter any one found fighting will have the policed called and wil
Be asked to remove their child from the school

To be honest I just think those parents have no shame

sheepgomeep Tue 21-Jun-11 20:08:31

Crawley is awful, its my hometown, so glad I dont live in that area anymore

paisleyII Wed 22-Jun-11 11:48:00

i live in east london - the other day after getting dd from school she went to playground at the end of the road. there was a women there pissed with an equally pissed friend, she had some front teeth missing, was clutching a fag and a can of special brew (naturally) and they very sadly proceeded to pick up her dd from my dd's school and then sat on a bench in the playground of the park at the end of the road, trowing their empty lager cans (the bench was in the playground cordoned off area) -how fucking tragic for that poor little girl, what chance in life does she have and what upsets me the most is what sort of a life does she have when she gets home, to what sort of home? can't believe women like that have kids, makes me feel sick

RobF Wed 22-Jun-11 22:23:26

The sooner we have a licensing system to be able to have children, the better. What purpose does letting chav women (or men) have children? There aren't any jobs for people like that today, and their will be even less for them in 20 years time. Sooner or later, someone has to put a stop to the underclass, the obvious way to do it would be to pay a benefit for people NOT to have kids. That way they could drink themselves or smoke or drug themselve to death, and that would be the end of things.

hester Wed 22-Jun-11 22:33:56

I think we should send in a helicopter to airlift Mamazon out of Crawley.

lockets Wed 22-Jun-11 22:35:33

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edam Wed 22-Jun-11 22:38:02

OK, Rob, so what would you do about the Fulham yummy mummy in her posh 4x4 who assaulted another pupil walking to primary school outside my office the other day? She wasn't poor. Violent behaviour is not confined to one social group. You just need to look at domestic violence to know that.

hester Wed 22-Jun-11 22:38:47

We should divert some battleships from Libya to pick you up as well, lockets.

[Mentally calculates how many miles there are between Crawsham and her own sleepy suburb and wonders if more distance is needed.]

thisisyesterday Wed 22-Jun-11 22:39:34

to be fair there are nicer areas of Crawley!!!

the school DS1 goes to is fantastic and there has never been a punch-up or hammer incident grin
in fact, i don't even think i've ever heard a raised voice in the playground (apart from mine, screeching at ds2)

hester Wed 22-Jun-11 22:39:35

A fulham mummy assaulted a child?? shock

smallwhitecat Wed 22-Jun-11 22:41:05

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