Swimming manners

United States
June 13, 2009 9:27pm CST
I Was at my health club the other day, they have two pools indoor and outdoor. It was a nice day, the indoor pool had lessons going on one for babies and the other younger kids beginner. I was watching my niece when two teenager girl went in. They went to the center and begin a game of tossing a water bottle. They could have gone to the other end of the pool that was not in use or outside. They almost hid one of the kids and did get in the way. The instruction said excuse me when they ran in to her but they didn't stop. Finily they did leave. I thought it was very rude of them, What do you think?
1 response
@ethereal1 (217)
• Australia
14 Jun 09
I think that is not only rude but dangerous. When you have little kids learning how to swim, it is important that they can be seen by a supervisor at all times. These girls could have knocked one of them over. I don't think it is appropriate for anyone else to be in the pool while kids are learning to swim at all.