I don't fail to see it, I just treat it as an uncertainty because nobody in this thread has any idea what happened before he the video.
He could have been a perfectly good man, walking home from work slowly due to his poor health when he gets mixed up in a protest (which was not a riot...
And shoving someone to the floor from behind when they are:
a) Walking away from you
b) Not threatening you verbally
c) Not threatening you physically
is deemed reasonable force? I'm sorry but if you truly are a police officer and deem that reasonable force I would question your ability...
Majors are anything that cause/could cause another road user to change speed or direction (e.g. pulling out in front of someone).
Minors are anything else that you are supposed to have done but did not come under the criteria for a major (e.g. forgetting to check a mirror).
It's probably more of an age thing than a 'nancy' thing.
I'd guesstimate from the ages of 8 to 25 most males will try and hide in a corner/behind a towel.
It's when you get to about 50 upwards that you become comfortable standing in front of strangers, stark naked, asking them how their...
The point is that parents since time immemorial have probably smacked their children when they've been especially naughty.
It is simply another tool in the parent's 'arsenal' of discipline, if you like. Great for you if your children don't require it but that doesn't automatically make you any...
I don't see how it is any different to parents taking their children (either the same or opposite sex) into single-sex changing rooms? There are still going to be adults 'exposing' themselves in front of children.
I really don't think any children pay too much attention to what is going on...
I wouldn't slap a child around the face but I would give them a smack on the back of the legs if they had been appropriately naughty. It's the way we've been bringing up children for millennia so why should it suddenly be wrong now?