I will rape girls if I get a chance :(

@SHAMRACK (8380)
India
March 23, 2011 4:01am CST
“I will rape girls if I get a chance” this is what a teenager told in the court when caught while harassing a lady in the bus. The judge got angry on hearing this and his parole was canceled. The teenage is remanded until the parole is got. It is said that he is innocent the lady has fabricated a false case on him for not giving the seat to her. They argued each other, finally leading it to court case. It is also known that they both had a fight in the bus. Anyhow I do not know what the whole story is about. But his dialogue is bit hasty.
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@krajibg (11942)
• Guwahati, India
23 Mar 11
Hi SAMARACK, Accepted that the lady was asking his seat for some inconvenience she was facing. And as it is the case there is no question offering your seat to a lady who is all perfect. As the case went to the court and the aired his reaction is shocking but he might have got so much irritated that finally he resorted to such words. Well, the boy was guilty but what about the lady who is/are seeking equal status in all the fields should not have angered the boy. I really appreciate the boy who without the consequential said so in the court. Some women have still lot of things to learn.
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@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
It is known that the lady is free there and is asking for her compensations in the petition she has filed.
@Sreekala (18782)
• India
23 Mar 11
Hello Rajib, If the lady asked a seat, means the seat should be reserved for ladies. I have to say that some gentlemen do not have the common manners to offer the seats reserved for ladies. For the same reason, I won’t ask to vacate the seat which is reserved for ladies to these people. I just hate to hear their lame excuses, if the other seats are filled with men then their reply will be, ask to that person. So I prefer to travel by standing. Two days ago I was traveling in a government bus, in which six seats are reserved for ladies. Usually it is written in the upper side of the seat, ‘Ladies’. I have seen that two seats are occupied by gents, a father and his son, I have not asked them for seat and stand near them, after sometime another lady came she is around 50 and she asked the seat to them, the father replied, here it is not written, this is not lady’s seat, which was true, in that bus they have not written ‘ladies’ anywhere but usually in every bus those seats are reserved for ladies. My point is, his son is in his early twenties and he can vacate the seat even if it has not written there. I interfered there; I told them that these seats are reserved for ladies in every bus even if here it is not written. He said ok and asked his son to get up. I am experiencing the same in many days; I don’t know why they can’t vacate the seats which are reserved for women. I would like to add that when I was pregnant with my elder son and was on my 7th month. I asked the seat which is reserved for ladies, the man who seated there, straightly refused to get up without giving any reason… I haven’t said anything to him but other ladies shouted on him then also he didn’t change his mind. At the same time, I won’t encourage this kind of habit, making false allegations for getting their rights.
@krajibg (11942)
• Guwahati, India
23 Mar 11
Hi kala, I can understand your point. Even in our state the Govt. run buses have four to six reserved seat for ladies and two for physically handicapped. Talking about the boy not letting the seat to the lady enraged her so much that she took the affair to the court. From this little instance I feel the boy had not violated any rule about traveling in a coach. The lady, denied the concession of being a 'woman', felt humiliated and made a great issue of it. Therefore I stood by the boy and defended him. If a lady is healthy and has no problem journeying through standing, should not have asked the boy to vacate the seat as I presumed that there was nowhere written 'LADY'S ONLY'. If it was there the boy would not indulge in exchanging heated words. What I wanted to emphasis upon is that since all over the globe there are things reserved for women so that they do not feel inferior to men in the processing the woman's taking the boy by his color is not justified. When we talk you say 'women today and not lagging behind men then why biker for a seat? You show equality in such small matters too. Why this double standard? And Kala, what you have pointed out is valid and any sensible men would stand up from the seat and would offer it to the lady standing by him regardless to if or not the lady was yelling for the seat. Old, sick, pregnant women, women with too small a kid need not ask or show that that was lady's seat. The man would instantly vacate the seat. I have had such experience too. In the city if I am to board a bus and see half of the reserved for women seats empty, I just seat down there until the real owner of this arrives. And if there is one I get up and hold the hand ring to support my feet. But some men, as you said are nonsense. They knowingly ignore the women and unfortunately there ate women who are more civilized than men and hence do not ask to empty the seat for them. This is all about manner and etiquette. This is what I wanted to put. Thanks Kala.
@aw5363 (105)
• Malaysia
26 Mar 11
at least he's honest but stupid..
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@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
26 Mar 11
May be frustrated, unable to prove his part.
@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
23 Mar 11
hello Sham, The boy's words speaks of himself. He is like a saying "fish get caught on it's mouth". So,no matter how he denies,his actions enough to pressed him into deep trouble.
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@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
19 May 11
I feel he is yet to get matured according the age he posses. But what if that boy was a son of that women, or if that women a sister of that boy. The situations would have been changed a lot.
• United States
24 Mar 11
Lying, joking or not, this is NOT the type of thing you should ever say. This crime is of such a serious nature and is very painful for some people to even just hear - especially women since they are usually the targeted victim for rape. This teenager needs some intense therapy and then some.
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
24 Mar 11
That is one troubled young fella.. tsk tsk..
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@livecenter (1138)
• Malaysia
23 Mar 11
What a shock to hear that from a teenager! I believe that is a good reason for the cancellation of his parole...His words are too harsh and should not be tolerated when spoken in court...I believe that some teenagers nowadays are more aggressive and harsh, and given chance they don't mind saying that over and over again... Nevertheless, it is sad to see another teenager is going to spend his time in lock-ups instead of school... I hope being locked-up will change him to better...
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
I am thinking about his parents.
• Malaysia
23 Mar 11
I believe his parents might be the key to this situation...If possible, you may want to check about his family background and see if there are any sign of family problems...If there is, I believe one of the reason for him to do that is the stress he had because of his family affairs...
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
His parents along with his two brothers where also present in the court. They were weeping after the court ordered no parole. It is seen that they not rich.
@jennbart (1333)
• Philippines
24 Mar 11
There is definitely something wrong with this teenager. He should see a professional psychiatrist. Clearly he is not thinking straight.
@andy77e (5170)
• United States
24 Mar 11
Let me get this straight... a guy openly says he's going to rape a girl if he can, and you think all he should do is sit on a couch and talk to a guy in a white lab coat for awhile? What does this tell other would be rapists?
@jennbart (1333)
• Philippines
25 Mar 11
For all we know, his father is like that. He sees that to his own father. Like a kid, he thinks that he is right as he sees it to a parent. Maybe the kid needs to go to rehabilitation or something to make it clear to him that what he is doing or what he believes in is not right.Lets not judge so easily. Look deeper. know what made him said that. We do not know what the kid had been through.
@Theresaaiza (9677)
• Australia
23 Mar 11
"HIM and HIS BIG MOUTH"! I think he learned his lesson.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
Hope so, but if still comes for revenge I hope he would be in much trouble.
• Malaysia
23 Mar 11
I believe he would (and should!)...Being locked-up will be a nightmare for him , and then only will he knows how and when to open his mouth...
• Australia
23 Mar 11
I'd like to tell the judge, "Good job". A guy like that is a threat to public safety and must be kept in custody.
@alottodo (3062)
• Australia
23 Mar 11
I think this young man put himself in a lot of trouble!...whether his is guilty or not he sure said the wrong thing!
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
He should have controlled himself. I do know what would be his rest life.
• Malaysia
23 Mar 11
He is unable to control himself, and under pressure and hatred many bad things can come out of his mouth...He should not said that thing because any of his words can be used against him in the court...He should have controlled his head, yet he decided not to do so ...I am afraid he is drowning himself into hot soup...
@alottodo (3062)
• Australia
23 Mar 11
And at the end of the day if he have this way of thinking I would be very concerned to have a guy like that hanging around young girls [ or boys] for that matter!
@suspenseful (40326)
• Canada
23 Mar 11
He sounds that he really hates women. He also could have been sarcastic, but I doubt it. The point is that he and the lady had a fight and it depends on who started it. If he did and jeered about the lady standing up and someone asked him why did he not give that lady a seat as she looked tired, and he snapped back that he did not intend to, well it was he who started it. Or if the lady told him first to give her the seat, it would be her fault. But I doubt that any woman would do that. Anyway if you had a link to the article, that would help. He sounds rather unbalanced. And I hope his parents gave him what for when they heard what he did.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
May be after this incident his hate would have been increased. This incident is not published, I heard while I had gone to court with my friend advocate.
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@suspenseful (40326)
• Canada
25 Mar 11
That probably would happen, but at least the courts know what he is like so they can take appropriate action. I just hope that when he grows up that he does not turn into a serial rapist. I Hear the words can turn into action and I hope this was just the heat of the moment and they show him the video and he decides that he was being idiotic. I know that when one of those bad teens saw how she acted on the Maury Show that she reformed.
@Sreekala (18782)
• India
23 Mar 11
Hello Sham, I don’t think this boy will go and do the same what he uttered infront of the Judge. He might have shed out his frustrations by getting trapped into a false case. He may be shocked on the false allegations. However, he didn’t realize the consequences of his gesture which is sad indeed. I hope he will realize his mistake and ask an apology. At the same time the lady should withdraw the false petition. I think the case was a simple one but argument got worse and lead the case to the court where the boy done another mistake.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
A simple case which has worsen and now the life of a that boy is really in a mess and just think about his family.
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@krajibg (11942)
• Guwahati, India
23 Mar 11
Thanks Sreekala for the BR though I feel I did not deserve it.
@vannyt (344)
• Philippines
23 Mar 11
Just another case of somebody opening his mouth before using his brain. This is the problem with people today specially the youth, they let their emotions take over their intellectual capabilities. Whether he said it intentionally because he is mentally disturbed or plain anger, still wrong move.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
I feel there are times something in mind should have not told, that too a place like this.
@tiffnkeat (1679)
• Singapore
23 Mar 11
The statement he made has no relevance to the case. It was a woman who falsely accuse him, but his statement took out on girls in general. Maybe there is some other hidden anger in him that triggered him to make such a threat. I have heard of stories of people who would scribble "I hate women" on papers for no apparent reasons, which is why I think the teenager might have repressed anger somewhere. Frankly, I think there is more than meets the eye. Nonetheless, still agree with vannyt, he should think twice, speak less than once. Painful and unnecessary lessons . Let's hope that the counselors will be able to help him with his deeper problem.
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
23 Mar 11
As I understand the teenage boy was accusing of harrazing but the boy argue for not doing. However, the boy given his may final remarks that he will rape the girls if he have a chance - is this phase of a boy related to his case that's why the judge angry and deffer the parole. In my opinion he is not guilty for his first offense of harrazing but in the second attempt of intimidation the girls to be raped if he has a chance... see you around
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
23 Mar 11
May be his chance to get out has become more crucial.
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
24 Mar 11
yeah because his action and character is the one push him there...
• Philippines
23 Mar 11
That's a stupid thing to say in front of a judge. He should have controlled his anger. If he is not guilty, he will just be dragging himself further into serious trouble. Well, maybe next time he will be more careful coz probably he already learned his lesson, that is if there will still be a next time.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
16 May 11
May his emotions are controlling him.
@thanks1961 (7049)
• India
23 Mar 11
Some people are like this - they will demand for what they deserve. It may be fabricated but if someone says like that, indirectly says that he may be innocent as well. - Mr. Talwar was attached whiel leading to the court - here also the situation says that criminals are getting chances to escape and there people to protect them as well.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
At times people become criminals for their self defense.
@jagjit273 (1740)
• India
23 Mar 11
A new criminal mind has come into existence, thats all I want to say, and you can't stop it now.
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
Social justice denied at times makes really mess with some people.
@acey76 (1278)
• Philippines
23 Mar 11
Well, Obviously the boy is wrong imagine arguing with a lady, it's not very gentlemanly. Plus the fact that he did say he would rape girls if he got a chance, He does not think what the outcome of what he says and besides he got a mother who is also a woman, eventually he got girl relatives to, I think he would get mad also if someone tell this to his loveones
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
May be it could change other wise if that women's loved one is put in court for situation like this.
@jacklintan (1302)
• Malaysia
23 Mar 11
hi SHAMRACK, some people say the nastiest things when they got angry. These are those who speaks the truth and I believed this guy is innocent. A young teenage can fight with a lady in the bus....for what reason? For a seat???? I think he's just angry and dont know how to handle his anger. I think he need a counsellor to talk to him in person. Good luck to him though!
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
At times anger if not controlled could come out with worse consequences.
• China
23 Mar 11
The sentence what the boy mention is really bad. But i think there must be some reason why the boy mention this line. If he is bad then he never mention the sentence in front the judge but he has courage that's why he said it to in front of judge. Have a good time!
@SHAMRACK (8380)
• India
24 Mar 11
I feel that the real situation is hidden as it is fabricated, his innocence it not even got preference in front of a court. May be that could have made his frustrated with anger and finally out of mind with loose words.
@Dishari (702)
28 Apr 16
It is extremely disappointing to see a teenager boy state that. It shows the ideology he is brought up with- that if you have the power to harm somebody, make good use of it! This kind of mentality is responsible for all the nuisance that's happening all over. Any action of a man is justified, and any of a woman is criticized. Even if he is not guilty for what he has been brought to the court, he deserves punishment for having the audacity to say such words!