Friday, 8 October 2010

Just What Constitutes "Grooming"?

What Constitutes 'Grooming'?


A school dinner lady was told giving a child a biscuit could be considered 'grooming', her husband has claimed.

The husband of a dinner lady who was warned that allowing a child a biscuit could be seen as grooming said she has had a "horrendous two years".

The issue, which occurred in 2008 but has only just come to light.

And the child was a relation of the Dinner Lady!

Why, oh why, are the accusers themselves not formally disciplined, if only for a lack of intelligent judgement?

8 comments:

subrosa said...

That's appalling Joe. I'm speechless.

Richard said...

I'm not.

Surreptitious Evil said...

Because about the only thing the previous mob of charlatans didn't criminalise was gross stupidity.

They embraced and extended it.

subrosa said...

Good link Richard, thanks.

banned said...

I thought that I was faniliar with this story until I read "And the child was a relation of the Dinner Lady!"

It just could not get any sillier, could it?

Joe Public said...

Banned:

"It just could not get any sillier, could it?"

At this moment in time, it's hard to conceive of a more senseless action. But give the Bloggosphere 7 days, I'm sure something in the UK will top it.

Apogee said...

Possibly alongside the investigation these accusations invariably bring should be another one into the motives and rationality of the accuser, like,is there an inability to coexist and the accusation is a means of attack. And prosecuted to the same depth, because it could be the crime of character assassination.

subrosa said...

A very good point Apogee.

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