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We had a case come within the other night at about 0200hrs. It was a man who had been quite a celebrity in his younger days. Some youngsters had found out who he was and where pestering and harassing him inside the street. He told us that they had not yet found out where he lived but he felt it would not be ahead of long. He was only a small man and he is now very old and frail. He stated that this had happened to him ahead of. He stated that he had moved the last time it happened but now he was too old to move. He just wanted to grow old gracefully and in peace.

We chatted to him for really some time as we wanted to discover out about his situation. He didn’t mind the recognition as he had had this all his life. What he hated was the chanting as well as the just how much the children frightened him. He said he didn’t remember youngsters being so disrespectful and disobedient years ago. We also asked him what he wanted to achieve by us helping him. We decided that we would watch what happens when he gets caught with these children.

We followed our client around at a secure distance. Every thing was going ok until he left the shops and was walking back to his flat. All of a sudden there was very a big crowd of children about him. They were all chanting his name calling out for sweets. Our client seemed really frightened but he continued to smile and walked a bit faster. As soon as he was near the flats the crowd disbursed and our client was cost-free to walk exactly where he wanted to.

We had enough film to give to the police. The Police had been really useful; they said that as opposed to him struggling to get past the crowd they would send a WPC or perhaps a Social worker to call for him. Our client was delighted as he would also have some business now.

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