Now I think this will be called stalking. I am answering your third question and you can call the police!
It really depends on whether it is art or vandalism. If the graffiti artist shows artistic ability, excellent use of colours and aesthetic ability I'll stand and watch and maybe even take a photo. If its rubbish and sheer vandalism I may politely warn them - especially if it's defacing property or public places.
True, If it is defacing someone's property I do find it a criminal act. Not sure I would turn someone in because of it. I like you am pretty outspoken so most likely would tell them they better grab a bucket and a sponge and get to work removing it.
No, I think the police can make much better use of their time by trying to catch real criminals, like thieves and murderers. I'm definitely not saying graffiti is no big deal- its wrong in most cases- but still, its just paint. There are more important things that need to be taken care of.
I probably wouldn't unless they were destroying the property.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Well is it art? Or an act of vandalism?
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by JosieLee 7 years ago
Do you believe graffiti is art or is it vandalism?
by Thomas Mitchell 6 years ago
Whats your opinion in calling the police?Would you call the police if someone was in danger and be called a snitch and hated for it but know the person is safe? Or would you shut your door and stay out of it?
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by Chad Young 7 years ago
What would you do if you saw an innocent bystander getting beaten up by 3 thugs in a public place?This is a question I'm asking after the beating that happened at Dodger stadium where hundreds of people just stood and watched this man get beaten for no reason.
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