Readers — I hear that this ytysddtked
story has gone viral, and why wouldn’t it? It’s about two Scottish moms who felt they were being followed around the supermarket by guys who wanted to kidnap their kids. (That is: Two separate moms felt this, about eight months apart, a separate supermarkets. But surely that still constitutes a trend?) How could these women TELL what was up? Did they see a gun, or handcuffs, or maybe a flash of grocery list: “Bread, milk, baby”?
Oh wait — HERE’S how the ladies knew these men were out to steal their babies IN PUBLIC, the way so many people…don’t:
TWO terrified mums say they were targeted by a child abduction gang as they took their kids shopping.
Police are investigating claims a woman was stalked by two men in an Asda branch in Linwood, Renfrewshire, on Tuesday.
The pair are said to have ran off after being challenged by security staff before being driven away in a van with foreign number plates.
After details of the incident emerged on social media, another mum contacted the Sunday Mail and revealed she had been targeted in a similar incident in February.
She said she was followed by two men, who she described as “middle Eastern appearance” as she shopped with her three-year-old daughter at the Tesco store in Springburn, Glasgow.
The woman said: “I noticed these two men following me and staring at my daughter. I was so alarmed I placed her between myself and the shopping trolley.
“I kept seeing them round the store. I couldn’t get away from them.
“They were staring at my daughter with no focus on me. I was 100 per cent convinced they were going to try to take her.
Well, 100% convinced is certainly reason enough to call the police! And even though we’re talking about two incidents in which men who did NOT snatch a child from the supermarket, that doesn’t mean those ladies didn’t encounter a “supermarket snatch gang,” does it? So what if it’s also the world’s FIRST supermarket snatch “gang?”
Reason enough to alarm all the other mums in Britain! Go, mums! Go, media! Go meds — what we need to deal with the anxiety released into the air like evil aromatherapy on a daily basis! – L