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Playground Patrol: Nanny Stops Teens From Having Sex

I used to think that broken bottles were the most offensive thing found near the swings, but now it seems like everyone uses the park as their playground. It is as if anything goes from foul language to fooling around.

My husband took our kids to their favorite playground yesterday. Hidden from the street and frequented by families, the locale is ideal.

Well, until two tweens got frisky in the grass yesterday. While no one would have given a stolen kiss or sly copped feel a second notice, the couple's interaction became less "puppy love" and more "intro to Internet porn" as they got excited. To see what happened,


Regulars at the playground were horrified, until one nanny had enough and politely approached the tweens and let them know their behavior was inappropriate.

Taking your tots on an outing is clearly no longer just a walk in the park. Have you ever encountered something crazy?

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Indigo4320 Indigo4320 9 years
I would've done the exact same thing Butterfly. I absolutely cannot stand to be bumped in a movie theater. It's one of those crazy pet peeves that doesn't really get mentioned a lot, but it's a definite pet peeve of mine.
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 9 years
I've never had this happen in front of me. But I am not suprised that it happened to someone else. And good for the nanny for being brave enough to say something. Those teens were totally disrespectful to all others and the smaller children that were out on the playground playing. That nanny is great nanny to have around.
kiwitwist kiwitwist 9 years
I can say I have never done anything in a movie theatre, that is absurd! Good for the nanny for going and saying something to them. What is wrong with people?! Can they not find a more private place to fool around?
ohjeeze ohjeeze 9 years
Butterfly I'm glad I've never sat next to you in a movie as a teen. However, I do agree that frisky behavior is only for empty movie theaters and empty parks. People should use more discretion but I probably would've done the same thing or maybe just went some place else.
sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 9 years
I was out to a crowded movie with my sister right next to me and this boy kept trying to get his girlfriend to do things you do NOT do in a CROWDED movie. The reason I caught wind of it? He kept bumping me with his elbow thats how crowded the movie was! I ended up stating in a loud clear voice that their actions were not appropriate for a movie and that if they wanted to do that they should find another location. (FYI I almost went up to the girls dad when he came to pick her up to let him know of what was going on BUT I didn't because it was the guy who was pushing her and she wasn't trying to do that that BOY was!!! And getting called out in a movie was punishment enough for the night)
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