Yet More Anti-Social Behaviours

While there are valid concerns raised in this article about effectively policing neighbourhoods the underlying assumption that anti-social behaviour is a crime makes them all fairly useless. I’ve already posted my concerns about being criminalised if we make anti-social behaviour illegal, but I’ve since thought of some more ways I could be locked up.

  • Repeatedly pressing the spring button on my pen while having a conversation with someone.
  • Not accepting everyone’s friend request on Facebook.
  • Standing up to make tea in the middle of a discussion over dinner.
  • Frequently eating lunch at my desk on my own.
  • Going to the cinema on my own.
  • Not responding to text messages immediately.
  • Forgetting to go to the toilet before church so immediately going right after the service and so not speaking to someone straight away.