South End Party Apology

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I was at a party on McL St in South end last night and for the first time became quite concerned. We were leaving the party and there was about 20 of us and a lot of us did have a few before leaving. I was there several times before but tonight I asked a question and became scared. As we walked by the next door neighbors who are elderly, most of the group starting to shout "F you" "Neighbors name". I knew they didn't like the neighbours because they complained against the partying and noise. Tonight, I thought about my grandparents and what I would do if there were 20 or so university students shouting outside their home and I thought immediately, they would probably have a heart attack. I can imagine two older people who are living next this and not feeling comfortable. I have grandparents and I know I would say something if it were them, as it is in a way bullying and we were taught that bullying is really bad. I can't say anything to this group just because I can't. I wanted to share on here that if one of these neighbors get ill or even worse from what the group is doing, I am sorry I didn't call the police. —Apologetic Partier

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