In Korea, here’s how they take the law into their own hands

Maybe parents got disgusted because the police wouldn’t help out. Here you can see a clever startup decided to close the gap and help out families. Note that they do not do anything violent. Likely showing up at someone’s workplace is not legal in the USA, for the most part, but very well may be in Korea. It looks like they are even trained to deal with school administration tactfully but firmly:

http://www.shareably.net/need-stop-bully-can-hire-uncle-korea-get-job-done/

Appearance does matter when it’s the first impression people get of you. If you are short like me and not very menacing-looking, you aren’t likely to scare people like these “uncles” do. It is possible that scaring people might constitute harassment. But hey, scaring people is what the cops do very well at times, and that’s legal, so……

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