No, We Have ‘Got To The Bottom Of It’ And We Do Know ‘What The Problem Is’…

The family of a two-year-old boy from Hull have been left livid after the youngster was “expelled” from nursery for scratching other children’s faces.

It doesn’t seem to have affected their appetite, judging from the photo…

His grandma, Sharon Love, 58, said: “He has only just turned two and we took him for half an hour over the Easter holidays and within that half an hour he scratched a bairn.”

He’s a fast worker. Unlike the rest of his chav family.

“After the Easter break, he went back again and scratched another little girl’s face so her mother took her out of the nursery altogether.”

And wouldn’t you?

“The day after he scratched another little girl and they suspended him for a week.”

How many chances does the little hellion get?!

After a crunch meeting with the nursery on Monday, April 23, the directors told Ms Love and Danny’s mum Charley, 24, that they would not accept Danny back at the nursery due to the risk his behaviour posed to other children.

But Ms Love, who also has four great-grandchildren, believes Danny has not been given a fair chance and said the nursery were warned about his tendency to “go for” other children.

It’s as if he was a dog. In fact, it sounds exactly like the sort of excuses you hear in dangerous dog cases, isn’t it?

“He doesn’t swear or throw things – he is a really good bairn but now and then he will go for another child.”

What an incredible value system they have. He’s violent and uncontrollable, but hey, it could be worse, he might swear!

Of course, he’s only two. There’s still time!

“We haven’t got to the bottom of it and we don’t know what the problem is yet.”

Oooh, I think we have. The attitude of the parent and relatives tells us all we need to know.

“He has got challenging behaviour but they haven’t given him a chance. ”

They gave him three!

The family, who live in Middleton Street off Spring Bank, have since been to other nurseries in Hull to try and get Danny back in a playgroup.

And now that you’ve got your mugs in the paper and everyone knows what they might be taking on, you can forget it!

11 comments for “No, We Have ‘Got To The Bottom Of It’ And We Do Know ‘What The Problem Is’…

  1. April 30, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    Grandfatma’am Sharon and her offspring Chavette Charley need a bt of scratching too. Perhaps to the tune of $10,000 each in compensation to the three little’uns that Danny scratched. That might motivate them to cut the little scrote’s finger nails.

    • Errol
      May 1, 2018 at 9:06 pm

      It’s our money they’ll be spending though. I just find it funny that there are 4 generations of welfare here – she’s 58, and has great grand children. That’s having kids at 15 or younger! And we’re paying for these wasters. Does anyone want to start talking about scrapping welfare entirely?

      • May 8, 2018 at 8:13 am

        It doesn’t look like it. And the pity is, these people never vote!

  2. Pcar
    April 30, 2018 at 10:52 pm

    Post binned, check bin

  3. Hereward Unbowed.
    May 1, 2018 at 10:58 am

    I think that one of the most frightening horror flicks I’ve ever seen was ‘The Exorcist’, the power to shock after that was greatly diminished, there are moments in ‘The Shining’ but the book was far better at dishing the frights, even though Kubrick got his casting spot on.

    Nothing comes close to frightening me, as much as real life.

    Any experienced lass who’s worked in a nursery will tell you that, it is possible and at a very early age, to assess and define just who is going to be a ‘wrong un’ and then in my horror I read the above story and think but how many others?

    More, think of this, that, the ideology of hate, they spoil and pamper their children rotten, I see these kids on the street and by God they frighten me far more than the above tale and by comparison – ‘The Exorcist’ is relegated to the category to be set alongside the tellytubbies, the famous five and Noddy.

    • May 8, 2018 at 8:14 am

      I think the name is often the biggest giveaway, isn’t it?

  4. Errol
    May 1, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    5 great grand children at 58. Says it all.

    For the recod, my dog doesn’t scratch people. Junior, at nursery, was helping the others with counting because we brought him up properly.

  5. Pcar
    May 1, 2018 at 10:31 pm

    Isn’t it strange* how state remove children for “potential emotional abuse” from middle class families, but allow chavs to keep their “benefits ticket” violent/abused/neglected feral progeny.

    “Baby P” being an example where “lessons learned” were coverup better in future. Rochdale…….Telford.

    Prediction: Danny “dog” Chav will soon blind someone in one or both eyes – hag-mum & hag-gran will say “…he’s good boy…”

    *strange as in disgusting

Comments are closed.