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Describe a time you saw children behave badly in public

You should say

  • Where it was
  • What the children were doing
  • How others reacted to it
  • And explain how you felt about it

Well, young children are innocent, energetic and enjoy their time at fullest. Some children are quite difficult to handle because their mischievous habits create a nuisance. Even, I am the father of a 5 years old daughter and I feel lucky that I never faced any embarrassment in the public.

A fortnight ago, I went to the supermarket to buy grocery for my home. It took a bit long at the store to buy all things. When I reached the billing counter, I saw a boy and a girl who might be of age between 6-10 years old. They were shouting at their mother. They were forcing their mother to buy some toys for them. However, the woman refused to buy anything for them. They were yelling at their mother and attracted the attention of all people in the store. That woman was doing all efforts to calm them down and promised to buy toys on her next visit. It seemed that she did not have enough money in her purse. But children created a total chaotic scene at the store. Everyone was looking at them and feeling sorry for the woman. Even the woman tried to scare them that she would tell their father about this incident. However, children did not listen. Their mother was feeling helpless and angry. In the end, she slapped both of them and they started crying loudly. After making payment, all went to the parking lot.

All in all, parents must teach their children how to behave in public so that they do not become a mockery for the public.

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