By notapedobear
Today, I was in a shopping centre when a little girl was running up and down the aisles. She started to fall over so I put my hand out to catch her. Her mother then ran up to me and screamed about me 'touching her child' so loud that everyone could hear. FML
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  skorpien  |  1

Yes, but what he said means every good deed goes noticed, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The two are definitely not interchangeable, and if you're quoting the saying (which I assume was his intention), it does make him wrong.

  JManHobbs  |  0

Never touch a kid that isn't yours? That's a pretty retarded rule to live by. Just like OP demonstrated, sometimes touching kids can be to everyones benefit, some parents are just too stupid to realise.

  marvin_fml  |  0

There was a news story in England recently, about a guy who saw a 3 year old girl walking down the street alone (She'd somehow snuck out of her kindergarten). He was too scared to approach her in case someone accused him of being a paedophile, so he crossed the road and kept walking.
She was later found less than 50 metres from where he saw her, she'd fallen in a pond and drowned.
This modern paranoia about paedophiles stops good men helping children.

  marvin_fml  |  0

I should've said a few years ago.
Google the phrase "poisoning the relationships between adults and children"
Or just "Abigail Rae"

I got a few facts wrong, the child was 2, and the guy was driving.

By  Doortje  |  29

Ugh, stupid mom. She probably felt guilty for not being there to catch her child and she took it out on you. Don't worry notapedobear, you did nothing wrong.

  aliaskis  |  3

Unless they live on a series of very small islands so the little girl really could run up and down the isles. Or maybe she is very fast, like the Flash.