Mother is ashamed of son, 14, by forcing him to spend a day collecting garbage before he uploads the photos to social media after being exposed in a & # 39; crimewatch & # 39; chat group for throwing food on the floor outside a cafe
- Stacey Robertson, of the Wirral, saw her son being accused of online junk
- Louie, 14, according to the Facebook page, had also given & # 39; a lot of mouth & # 39;
- Mrs. Robertson said: & # 39; I contract because this is not the boy I raised & # 39;
- She had him pick up junk all day to make up for it and uploaded the evidence online
A mother embarrassed her 14-year-old son by forcing him to pick up a litter day after being exposed in a & # 39; crime match & # 39; Facebook group for throwing food outside of a cafe.
Stacey Robertson, of the Wirral, saw Louie's photo in a post that accused him and other children of litter and & # 39; give a lot of mouth & # 39 ;.
The post, shared with the 65,000 members of Crimewatch Wirral, accused Louie and his friends of throwing food and junk over & # 39; outside a cafe in West Kirby.
Mrs. Robertson told the group, instead of defending her son, that she would let Louie spend a day collecting garbage and later prove it with photos.
Mrs. Robertson told the group instead of defending her son that she would let Louie spend a day picking up trash and later prove it with photos (left and right)
Louie collected two black garbage bags full of plastic drinking bottles and garbage bags for dogs and glass, to try to make up for alleged behavior
Mrs. Robertson posted on Facebook and wrote: “The one in pink is my son Louie – he is 14 and was not raised that way. He will leave school tomorrow and will pick a day of junk, rain or shine.
& # 39; I will upload photos of him and he will apologize to anyone who is upset and if there is a cafe employee who wants to send me a message and arrange a Saturday or Sunday where we are inside can come.
& # 39; Louie can do a day doing the dishes, brushing the floor, whatever is needed – I stay and monitor him.
& # 39; Every time I look at this photo, I cringe because this is not the boy I raised. & # 39;
True to her word, Mrs. Robertson took her teenage son for a day of junk picking around their local community center in Leasowe.
Louie collected two black garbage bags full of plastic drinking bottles and dog waste bags and glass, to try to make up for alleged behavior.
Speaking to the Echo of Liverpool, Louie wanted to make it clear that he felt that the bad behavior he was accused of was being taken out of context – and that it wasn't exactly what it looked like.
Louie shifts and picks up litter in his hometown of Leasowe
Louie uses a special tool to collect trash (left) and the garbage bags after his day's work (right)
Louie said that he and his friends had two cones of chips and that he dared to drink the vinegar from below.
Mrs. Robertson, 39, said: “He was a div (sic) he did and his response was to throw the cone and chips on the floor – he told his friends that he was going to the post office to Drink because everything he could taste vinegar, so he was not in the second photo. & # 39;
Louie claims that the lady who shared the photos & post in Crimewatch Wirral only spoke to another boy while he was at the chip shop and was not rude to her.
Regardless of whether or not he felt the post was ashamed of him, Louie still spent his day off collecting garbage at his mother's orders.
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