By Bishop423 - United States - San Francisco
  Today, while working security at my job, for the second time, a man with Down's Syndrome entered the store, went to one of the demo computers, opened YouTube, pulled up a video of oiled women wrestling and jerked off. There is no protocol in the handbook for how to deal with this scenario. FML
Bishop423 tells us more :
OP here. Yes it was the same guy both times. The reason why I didn't call the police is because he didn't actually expose himself. He clearly knew that he was doing something wrong because he checked to see if we were watching. I asked two different managers what to do, and both failed to provide a satisfactory answer so I was left to my own devices. The first time I caught him I told him he wasn't allowed to do that. The second time I actually closed the browser and told him that this was the last time this was gonna happen.
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  thatonetribute  |  31

What the heck? Nobody wants to see that, and OP definitely does not want to have to clean up the area after. It's sick. I know plenty of wonderful people with Downs, and it is absolutely no excuse to act like a complete savage.

  klutz44  |  28

I would have called the police and let them handle it.

My brother has Down syndrome, he would never do something like this. When it comes to breaking the law, people with disabilities should be held to the same standard as everyone else.

  Sansa_fml  |  38

Yes, just tell him. My brother has down syndrome too, and we needed to tell him that these kind of things aren't allowed, and he gets it now. They just need to hear what they can and can't do.

  gracehi  |  31

Yeah I can't say I know much about down syndrome, but with my limited experience I'm given to believe that they don't have much trouble understating social standards and propriety. I wonder if this man is just deliberately being a nuisance for his personal entertainment, knowing that many people would be reluctant to confront him due to his apparent disability.