“Smoking and threatening with a kickboard, I was sued by the child’s mother”

Photo = Captured from an online community

A story has been revealed that a 6th grader in an elementary school was accused of smoking in an apartment complex and threatening people by riding a kickboard at high speed.

On the 9th, a post titled ‘I was sued by my 6th grader and her mother’ was posted on an online community.

Author A, who identified himself as the father of three children, began the post saying, “It happened around September 18, the Chuseok holiday.”

“A” recalled, “After 12 years of marriage, I won an apartment sale and moved to a new apartment, which is 5 minutes away from the rental apartment.

Mr. A said, “However, from one day, the children of the neighborhood came to play saying that there was a new apartment, and the occupants also started to smoke cigarettes that they do not smoke inside the apartment, on benches and playgrounds, etc. But one of them, a 6th grader, was a spectacle.”

At the same time, some residents, including Mr. A’s wife, stopped the child and talked, saying, “(a child in 6th grade) not only talked back, but also ridiculed adults while riding an electric kickboard,” but the child agitated other children. He said to Mr. A’s wife, “That woman is crazy X and disabled. It’s fun to make fun of that woman, so let’s keep making fun of it.”

Afterwards, Mr. A said, “I was so angry that I heard only the impression that it was ‘dyed yellow hair’ and searched for it until dawn, but I couldn’t find it. Residents reported it to the police.”

He continued, “The police know this child well.” He said, “They said that he was already a problem with car theft and arson, but[the police]said that smoking could not be banned, so they just sent him back.” When other residents asked why there are no restrictions on the operation of kickboards without a license, (the police) said that they said they would deal with the kickboard penalties if the same report is received next time.

However, Mr. A, who could not give up easily, said, “If I can’t take any sanctions because of the law even after I catch the child, I went looking for the child to impose restrictions on the operation of the kickboard in order to prevent him from threatening driving in the apartment using a kickboard.” Person A, who found a child with yellow dyed hair in a group, said, “I grabbed the child and asked for his name, and he said his name proudly. When I said, ‘Is that the guy in question?’, I said, ‘Yes, but why?’ I really wanted to stick it on the ground.”

However, unable to do so, Mr. A was afraid that the child would escape on a kickboard, so he took his cell phone and asked for his parents’ phone number. However, a quarrel occurred in the process, and Mr. A explained, “It looked like the child was running away, so I grabbed my neck, and the child also grabbed my neck.”

Afterwards, the child’s mother, Mr. A’s wife, and other residents arrived to the police and talked to the police, and the child in question said that he had never done that to his mother and said that they were not allowed to enter the apartment.

Person A said, “When the residents heard this, they burst into anger and shouted. “At the same time, the child spit on the floor and told people he was going to kill you,” he added.

And a few hours later, Mr. A from the police box said, “Now the mother of the child is very excited. He said that he received a phone call asking, “If you file a complaint, will you sue?” Person A explained, “It’s embarrassing, but I was caught by the neck, so I said I would proceed in the same way if they sued, and to some extent (the case) was closed.”

However, on the 8th, Mr. A said that he received a call from the police station, not the police box. Person A said, “It was filed as a criminal case and the CCTV check showed that it was my unilateral assault.

Mr. A said, “I heard that the child (in question) is under probation, but it is really deplorable to see the parents who have turned the child into such a monster, and I think that’s why they are homeschooling them. It costs,” he said. He also expressed concern, “The child didn’t do well in school, so he gave up at school.

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