Throwing stone, who should take the responsibility ?

@donadunz (141)
April 28, 2017 6:05am CST
A few days ago my son's friends came to our house invited to play together. In the middle of playing, suddenly there was one of his friends who threw a stone until breaking the glass of someone's office. Now the boy's father asked all the children who play together including my son to take responsibility for replacing the broken glass with the excuse of playing together. Eventough his son is the one who threw stone, not my son and others. And the requested replacement money is double from the actual one. Soooo annoying. In fact, who should be responsible?
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• Rijeka, Croatia (Hrvatska)
28 Apr 17
The one who broke a window.
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
That's also what I think and it's common sense
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• Rijeka, Croatia (Hrvatska)
29 Apr 17
@donadunz I think that boy's father is avoiding responsibility to pay an entire sum.
• Rijeka, Croatia (Hrvatska)
29 Apr 17
@donadunz don't pay it.
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@MALUSE (63711)
• Germany
28 Apr 17
I'm afraid the boy who threw the stone is the sole culprit and his parents have to pay. Hopefully, they're insured.
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
Of course, even the security already confirmed the boy's act.
@manikarnika (2858)
• India
30 Apr 17
Other's mistake will never be our fault.Discuss with other children's family and take group decision.Only the boy who broken is responsible
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@donadunz (141)
30 Apr 17
Yeap, we did it yesterday. Me and other parents all agreed not to bear the replacement money. And the boy's father didn't sincerely accepted.
• India
30 Apr 17
@donadunz That's not your problem.Just ignore.Anyhow problem sorted out.It's fine
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@Nawsheen (22786)
• Mauritius
28 Apr 17
It is clear that the boy who broke the window is responsible. He is still small and if he can't take the responsibility his action now he may run away from responsibilities in the long run
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
Yes, absolutely. And his father already showed him the wrong path
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@Nawsheen (22786)
• Mauritius
29 Apr 17
@donadunz sad but true. What a father indeed
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@LadyDuck (319356)
• Switzerland
28 Apr 17
Only the boy who threw the stone is responsible and it's up to his father to pay, not to the others.
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
I agree. If the one who threw the stone is my son, I will absolutely take the responsible and won't drag others to compensate this action
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@LadyDuck (319356)
• Switzerland
29 Apr 17
@donadunz The father of that child surely knows, he is trying to spend less, that is not correct.
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@pumpkinjam (7618)
• United Kingdom
28 Apr 17
The one who broke the window is responsible but, if they were all playing together and all throwing stones and it just happened to be that child whose stone hit the window then, perhaps, the other children should also be held accountable as any one of them could have done the damage.
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
The security already confirmed through cctv that no one throwing stone except that boy.
@Sreekala (33033)
• India
28 Apr 17
It is bad to take the responsibility of another's mistake. Since they played as group you can't defend much too. Please ask your son to select good friends and play with them. If it happens on mistake it is understandable but doing intentionally can not justified.
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@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
I already asked my son to avoid 3 boys to play with including this boy since this boy ever lied and used my son for his own benefit. But, since they came to our house as a group, my son can't refuse and unfortunately I wasn't home at that time
@junmae (1591)
• Philippines
28 Apr 17
If that was an accident, i think it is okay for all his playmates to share with the cost for the broken glass.
@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
I don't like the way his father asking for replacement money, he reported to teacher in school instead of coming to our house since we live in the same neighbourhood. Is it an action of a gentleman ??? Directly, he teaches his son how to be a coward. This kind of action, I refuse to tolerate
@prashu228 (25525)
• India
28 Apr 17
yes of course the boy who broke the glass has to pay , but why did you people and other parents agreed to pay ? you all can speak to the boy's father
@donadunz (141)
29 Apr 17
I and also the other mothers refuse to pay. And I already come and speak to him. After speaking with me and get nothing, he come again to the teacher and reported again. In the conversation with the teacher, he called my boy a coward and me as an a******. Unfortunately, I didn't hear it by myself so I can't go confront this with him