EntirelyPossible, So you're sticking up for the douchy jock that was scratching the working kids car?
Of course not. I am pointing out that the person complaining about bullies threatened someone he didn't know with violence about someone leaning on a car that wasn't his and belonged to someone he didn't know. And I am saying that is a 1 way ticket to getting his ass kicked if tried that with someone that doesn't put up with shit like that. As the person threatening violence, he is the agressor in the eyes of the law.
And let's don't exaggerate the story. No one said the car was getting scratched, that was brought up as a possible side effect, but didn't actually happen.
i adjusted his attitude, its that simple.
It's not. In the eyes of the law, you committed assault when you did that. You threatened violence against someone. I am not saying the guy wasn't a douche, but you went WAY over the line. You should be aware that the next time you do that, if you get pepper sprayed in the face, you'll be the one in jail for committing assault.
Yes, it was a car...a car that didn't belong to the jerk who was leaning on it despite the owner asking him not to do so. Chances are good that a threat of violence is the only thing that would get through to a punk like that. Unlike you, however, he realized that it wasn't worth getting his ass whipped.
Seriously, blah blah blah is all I saw when I read this. Good job on making assumptions and deciding threats are the way to deal with the crime against humanity of leaning against a car.
Despite fantasies of violence and ass kickings going on around here that seem more common than a 13 year old boy having wet dreams, the response was wholly inappropriate to situation.