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Mom yanks a girl's hair so her son can touch it; calls cops on 'harassing' intervener.

Mom yanks a girl's hair so her son can touch it; calls cops on 'harassing' intervener.


People have various definitions of personal space, but that's not an excuse to touch a stranger. Especially not a stranger's child.

A Redditor recounted a story from her youth on the popular 'Entitled People' forum about a Karen who Karen'd hard, before we even had Karens.

'My mom asked an entitled mother to let go of my hair and she refused...'

Le_Phoenix_Friez writes:

When I was a kid I never cut my hair, no matter what I never cut my hair, so I had very long pretty dirty blonde hair. And as a kid a lot of people would ask to touch it. And I was fine with it, as long as they had my permission.

So when I was 6, my mom took me to a grocery store to buy somethings for dinner that night. We got to the store and my mom got the stuff she needed, but was missing the bread from the other side of the store. She sent me to go get it since I was fast and small.

When I got to the bread, I picked out the brand we would usually buy, and at the time I really liked Baguettes and other types of breads. So when I saw the baguettes, I totally forgot that my mom was waiting for me and grabbed a loaf and headed back to my mom.

So when I was heading back to my mom from the bread aisle, I felt someone pull on my hair, and not gently, no, they yanked it. They pulled so hard I thought my hair what going to come out.

That's terrifying for even for an adult!

I cried so hard, my mom heard me across the store.

It turns out it was a kid about my age who wanted to touch my hair, so his MOM, and I say his 40 YEAR OLD MOTHER pulled my hair so her friggin' kid could touch it!

My mom rushed over and told the lady to let go of me. This is basically how to conversation went:

Mom: Let my daughter go!

Entitled Mom: My child just wanted to touch her hair, she has very pretty hair.

Not the point, ma'am.

Me: She pulled on my hair, it hurts!

Mom: You could've just asked! You can't just pull kids hair, I can call the police for assault!

Entitled Mom: You are harassing me, all I did was let my son touch her hair! I can call the police on you for harassing me and my child!

Mom: Firstly, I am not harassing you, you assaulted my child. And secondly, you can call the police. You will only be making things worse for yourself.

As it turns out, the entitled mom called the police and they took both our statements.

Let's hope the truth will out...

The entitled mother had given an over exaggerated and dramatic report, telling the police, as we would find out later, that I had given consent for her kid to touch my hair and my mom had come out of nowhere and started harassing the entitled mother.

My mother had given the police the actual report from her side. I had been asked to give a report, but I was too scared and tired from the experience to say much. They checked the security footage and saw what actually happened.

After that, my mom decided to press charges and sued her for assault, and she was sent to jail for 6 months and fined for providing a false police report as the cherry on top!

We all love a happy ending!

Almost as much as Reddit loves when entitled A-holes get what they deserve.

missadmin_ says:

It’s always funny how often they lie that they did things properly, like in this case asking permission to touch OPs hair. They told the police they received permission when they didn’t, implying they knew the right way to go about this interaction but chose not to. That’s always baffled me.

Sagittarius25 laments:

I don't get people asking to touch strangers' hair. Let alone touch it without their consent! IT'S HAIR. If it looks pretty/unique, you can look, but why is it necessary to touch?? And especially when it comes down to redheads, Asians or black people, like, how fucking rude can you be? If you wanna touch people's hair, ask someone you know. Not strangers.

destarte76 posits:

The entitled mother is why we have issues with boys/men not understanding consent.

Bdubz29 comments:

The best part is that entitled mom was the one who called the police on herself. I'm so sorry that happened to you.

Sources: Reddit
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