Shame on the movie the­atre lit­ter­ers

RE: Bad be­hav­iour

The Hamilton Spectator - - OPINION -

A few weeks ago I and a few friends went to a mati­nee show­ing of Sing. Whether we en­joyed it is not the point. At the end of the fea­ture, the lights came on, and hon­estly, I couldn’t move I was so stunned. I thought I had warped into a garbage dump.

Now, I un­der­stand kids make messes but this was above and beyond what is ac­cept­able. There was pop­corn all over the floor, spilled glasses of pop, boxes and bags strewn ev­ery­where. There were few par­ents and kids leav­ing with their own garbage in hand.

I may well be in the se­nior cat­e­gory and of­ten say “we never did that in our day”, but we didn’t! We weren’t al­lowed to do such things.

So I ask who is teach­ing young peo­ple re­spect for other peo­ples’ prop­erty? You par­ents who al­low this be­hav­iour should be ashamed, and shame on the kids too. Denise Pot­ter, Burling­ton

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