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Your car is attacked by dog poo, your reaction? [Details]?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (26879points) November 20th, 2010

Imagine you are almost home, you are jamming to your tunes then you have to stop at a stop sign. Then you hear a thump and see a streak of moist dog poo across the hood of your car. You look around to see two boys dashing off after discarding their plastic bag catapult. However, even from behind you recognize one of the boys as the kid of a really douche bag neighbor because of his unique hair cut and his favorite team jacket he always wear when cool out. If you could not get evidence on film would you even bother to go over there and say what the kids did to your car?

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iamthemob's avatar

Eh, depends on how much time I had. What I’d probably do is tell all the neighbors. Or post signs all over the neighborhood giving a distinct description of the boy so that it was unmistakable who he was.

If the neighbor is a true douche, I know he’s not going to do anything about it. Unless he gets wicked embarrassed somehow as well.

FutureMemory's avatar

I would call the police. I have zero tolerance for bullshit like that.

ucme's avatar

Did the shit hit the fan? Coz if it did, well…..i’m not going to be a happy camper, no siree!!

Kayak8's avatar

I would also call the cops and tell them exactly what happened and who did it and I would indicate that I wish to press charges.

CyanoticWasp's avatar

@FutureMemory uh… “dogshit”, not bullshit. Otherwise, GA.

Cruiser's avatar

If you are absolutely sure it was the kid you think it was…I would certainly go tell the parents and request that the kid clean up the mess off your car. If he objects then call the cops. If that kid realizes his dad will support his BS behaviors then IMO you can send that kid a message that following in his dads footsteps has consequences in the real world.

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