I don't blame you for not saying anything!!
That is a real problem with the UK culture, you just can't say anything.
I'd have thought twice about saying anything.
It does happen here as well , but the Police do catch them with their raincoats eventually ;)
What an akward situation to find yourself in. I don't blame you for not saying anything. My mums always wants to say something to troublemakers here, and I'm always telling her to keep quiet incase they pull a knife or something. Its awful though, that its even the kids with the attitude around here, hence our wanting to move away before our kids have a chance to mix with them!!
Hope you had a chance to enjoy your meal though.
I know what you mean this lad looked about the age of my oldest daugter and the look in his eyes was what really frightend me . This kid appeared to know what he was doing he looked me straight is the eye and appeared to get a kick out of it.As a mum and ex-nurse who worked in the prison service for 5 years I am not easely shocked and didn't react to his behaivior but, I still wish I had said somthing. I dont want my kids being exposed to things like that. Thankfully the kids didnt notice.
Tyke do they do dirty brown mac's in age 8 size
PS I don't know how I've managed to tune the word didn't blue