To this I am saying I am livid over this incident..................................
I was at a coffee shop, saw one group of students strolling in boisterously ( seriously I am okay with that, I was young and rebel once) a few of them were smoking away ( I guess they were in form 4 or 5)
As I was chatting away with my friends, suddenly I saw one student from that group went"ahem ahem" then he was spitting on the floor, I looked at him and said this to him nicely in Hokkien," Hello boy, next time please do not spit on the floor, it is very unhygienic for you to do that"
He glanced back at me,with a hostile sight as if I was his worst enemy that he was ready to whack me up and then he said this to me in Hokkien,"Uncle, this is a coffee shop, I can spit however I like and none of your business"
I felt like leaving my chair, walk to him and give him a good slap but then again, I was afraid,(not really afraid) that this whole group of boys would gang up and give this "uncle" like me a fight,then I just looked away and felt uneasy about this.
I am not here to change the world but at least I hope parents should teach our children the meaning of "Respect" Ditto.
P/S : Where have we gone wrong?