I am reblogging this 2013 Ambulance post about some unspeakable behaviour by a ‘bystander’. It is not pleasant.
How low will they go?
One of the drawbacks of working for the emergency services, is that you tend to see the bad side of people. They are usually so nasty, complaining, bad-tempered, or just downright violent, that you end up despairing for the human race. Admittedly, you do mostly encounter them in situations where they are drunk, injured, (or believe themselves to be) unwell, (or believe themselves to be) or showing off in front of their friends, or a crowd of strangers. After a while, you are no longer surprised by bad behaviour, and regard it as the norm. In fact, when someone is actually nice to you, or appreciative of your efforts, your first reaction is one of suspicion, that they are softening you up, for worse to come later. You lose trust in mankind overall, and see every situation as one in where you have to be…
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