Bullies are the scourge of so many schools and workplaces. And their actions hurt us all: not only those who become targets, but also the witnesses to that abuse. However, when an apparent bully began abusing a bag boy with Down syndrome, the young man was not short of defenders.
Peter was working as a bag boy in Kilroy’s Wonder Market, a grocery store in New Jersey, and holding down a regular job was a worthwhile achievement for the young man. This is because Peter has Down syndrome. Down syndrome typically affects growth and intellectual ability, and this generally makes it harder for individuals with the condition to find employment.
Peter worked carefully, though, bagging customers’ groceries at his own speed. Unfortunately, it was this deliberate style that drew the ire of one customer, who apparently didn’t appreciate the job that the store employee was doing.
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Why would a cruel person like this young man. This man and every one that was along with him
I'm so glad they took up for him. I know, because I have a cousin who is also Downs syndrome. I'd take up for him to.
You wonder why we have children bullying? When there are adults who do the same things. I would have kicked that guy out and banned him from the store. There are to many people in this world that are horrible.
Susan Marcotte . Even though this was on WWYD sadly the reality is the way a person is brought up is how he/she will treat others. Ever since I was a child my parents and, especially, my grandmother taught us kids to never ever make fun of people with any kind of disabilities. God made each of us in His unique image. Who are we to judge anyone different from "normal" people? Each of us serves a purpose on this earth, no one is a mistake, and each of us can teach another valuable life lessons. Anyway, people born with Down Syndrome are kind, loving, and hardworking. I read statistics where 90% of babies with Downs are aborted yet families with a special child like this say that they bring such happiness into their lives. Even siblings feel blessed and happier having such a special brother or sister in their lives.😀. Just some food for thought.
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