Would you get anxious? Lebanese prankster pull fascinating experiment
A group of actors gets together to randomly stare at strangers in an attempt to give them anxiety in this fascinating social experiment from Beirut, Lebanon on July 10. (Original Title: Would you get anxious? Lebanese prankster pull fascinating experiment)
People in Duluth, Minnesota gathered on Juneteenth day of June 19th to protest against racial discrimination and demanding freedom and human rights and held a moment of silence for 8 minutes and 46 seconds to honor over the death of George Floyd. (Original Title: US: Juneteenth Protesters Hold 8 Min Silence To Honor Of Floyd’s Death)
Protesters hold eight and half minutes of silence for George Floyd in New York
A large group of protesters gathered in downtown Manhattan and marched to the World Trade Center where they took a knee and observed an eight and a half minutes silence for George Floyd today (June 6). The filmer said: "People cried, hugged and held each other." (Original Title: Protesters hold eight and half minutes of silence for George Floyd in New York)
「ブラックアウト・チューズデー」に、リル・ナズ・Xが反対している。 人種差別反対運動「ブラック・ライヴス・マター」の支援として、ソーシャルメディアで黒い四角のイメージを投稿するキャンペーンが行われたが、今は沈黙の時ではなく声を上げるべき時だと訴えた。 （アフロ）
【新型コロナウィルス感染症】最前線で働き命を落とした同僚を称える1分間の黙とう＝スペイン_Madrid hospital pays homage to medics who have died from COVID-19
The medical staff at La Paz hospital in Madrid observe a minute of silence for health workers that lost their lives in the COVID-19 pandemic. Spain is one of the hardest hit nations in the global pandemic,with more than 27,000 deaths and around 228,600 cases confirmed by testing since the outbreak began in China late last year. IMAGES
【新型コロナウィルス感染症】最前線で働き命を落とした同僚を称える1分間の黙とう＝スペイン_Madrid hospital pays homage to medics who have died from COVID-19 (2)
Medical staff at the La Paz Hospital in Madrid commemorate healthworkers lost on the forefront of the battle against the novel coronavirus epidemic by holding a minute of silence in front of the hospital. Spain is one of the hardest hit nations in the global pandemic,with more than 27,000 deaths and around 228,600 cases confirmed by testing since the outbreak began in China late last year. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES of people taking part in the minute of silence - Ana Jimenez,Emergency physician and member of medical staff union AMYTS - Gabriel del Pozo,family doctor and Secretary General of the state confederation of medical unions
A minute's silence was held across the UK to pay tribute to the fallen key workers who have died due to COVID-19. More than 100 NHS and care staff along with other key workers have passed away. This tribute started at 11:00 am on Tuesday morning. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also joined the event. (Original Title: UK: Minute’s Silence Dedicated To Fallen Key Workers 5)
Hundreds gather at Trafalgar Square to observe two-minute silence on Armistice Day (November 11). (Original Title: Hundreds gather at Trafalgar Square to observe two-minute silence on Armistice Day)
This adorable dog sat on the ground, while her human was petting her softly. She didn't want her human to stop. So, when they did, she turned back and rested her face on their knee. She stared back adorably, wanting to be petted again. (Original Title: Dog Stares at Her Human When They Stop Petting Her)
違法な抗議活動によって汚された都市のイメージを回復したいと、香港市民が14日に街中で、自発的に暴徒による落書きやステッカーの清掃活動「フラッシュクリーニング」を行った。 市民は、スチールウールやスコップなど洗浄のための器具を持ち込み、香港のさまざまな場所の壁に接着剤で貼り付けられた汚れを落としたり、ポスターを撤去したりした。 政府本部と警察署の近くにある金鐘駅では、約2時間にわたって清掃活働が行われ、様々な方法で污れが取り除かれた。除去が難しい塗料もあるため、専用の液剤を持参する人もいた。 ボランティアは、人前に出て、行動で警察への支援を示すよう人々に呼びかけた。 （清掃ボランティア 李浩名氏） 「私の知り合いは警察や政府を支持している人が多いが、なかなか前に出る勇気を出せない。今の香港では沈黙させられるような状況が起きる可能性が高いからだ。私も踏み出せないが、小さな役割から担いたい。みんなが小さな役割を果たせば、全部足せば多くのことが成し遂げられる」 ボランティアたちは、最近の暴力が社会秩序を混乱させ、香港市民の日常生活に影響を与えただけでなく、国際都市としての香港のイメージを傷つけたとも述べた。 （清掃ボランティア 高松傑氏） 「今の香港は『傷ついた』状態だ。私たちはボランティアで支援し、経験と情報を共有し、みんなで香港を効果的にきれいすることができる。香港の美しさを回復できる 」 こうした清掃キャンペーンは、荃灣、砲台山、北角などでも行われた。１ヶ所の掃除を終えたあとは、多くの市民が次々と清掃が必要なエリアへと向かったという。 （清掃ボランティア 戴石中氏） 「誰もわれわれの香港を見捨てず、みんなが応援してくれていると本当に実感できた。みんなで努力していこうと思った」 この「フラッシュクリーニング」キャンペーンの主催側によると、参加人数はすでに200人を突破し、自発的に参加する市民はますます増えているという。 （清掃ボランティア 馮麗蓮氏） 「初めて参加した。友達に興味があるかと聞かれ、これは興味の問題ではなく、参加しなければならない問題だと思ってすぐに参加を決めた」
Bea was attempting to prank her partner Ash for April Fool's Day (April 1), when he caught a glimpse of their cat in a bunny hat and completely lost it. The footage, filmed in London, shows Bea giving her boyfriend a fake scratch card when their cat Jess enters the room wearing his new ears. Jess immediately takes the spotlight by surprising Ash who rolls on the floor laughing. The filmer told Newsflare: “I was attempting to prank my partner in my kitchen with a fake scratch card for April Fools, completely forgetting I'd had a delivery for some bunny hats for my cat 10 minutes earlier, and had put one on my cat Jess, to see if it would fit." "Whilst trying to conduct the April's Fools joke, my partner, Ash, saw Jess for the first time wearing his Easter bunny hat, and this was his reaction.” The cat’s reaction is priceless as he stares at his owners with anger. (Original Title: This cat has a priceless reaction to his new Easter bunny ears)
１分英語クイズ：What Happened Next? ※スピーカーボタンをonにすると音声が流れます A father and son were trying to call their dog over. 父親と息子が犬を呼んでいます。 The boy kept on repeating whatever his father said. 男の子は、何でもパパの言うことを真似しています。 When dad whistled, the boy was in trouble as he didn’t know how to make that sound! パパが口笛を吹くと・・・男の子はさあ困った！この音、どうやって出すのかな！？ Now here’s a question for you. ここで問題です。 What happened next? この後どうなったでしょう？ (A) The boy attempted to whistle. 男の子は、口笛を吹こうとした。 (B) The boy remained silent. 男の子は、黙っていた。 Let’s watch! では、見てみましょう！ So the answer was... 答えは... (A) The boy attempted to whistle. 男の子は、口笛を吹こうとした。 He tried his best to imitate his dad’s whistle. この子は、精一杯パパの真似をしました。 His version isn’t so bad, but he’s still got a long way to go. このバージョンも悪くないけれど、マスターするまでの道のりは長そう。 Don’t worry little boy, you’ll be able to whistle some day! でも大丈夫、いつか出来るようになるから！ I hope you enjoyed the video! See you next time! 動画を楽しんでもらえたかな？また次回！ （カナダ、3月31日、映像：Katelyn Marie Hannon/Storyful/アフロ） Study Point to attempt：試みる、努力する 例文：Lucy attempted to bake a pie for Thanksgiving. silent：静かな、沈黙した、無音の 例文：The audience fell silent as performance began.
An unimpressed dog, Snitch, gives his owner the silent treatment after being dressed up in a silly costume for Halloween. Throughout the video his owner coaxes Snitch to engages but he remains unresponsive. "Snitch is a warm, joyful, happy, energetic golden retriever who loves to play with his humans," said his owner. "That is, until, we dressed him in a Halloween costume." (Original Title: Unimpressed dog in costume gives owner silent treatment)
Activists and supporters of Christine Blasey Ford gathered from early morning at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington on September 27, ahead of her scheduled testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.Blasey Ford is among three women who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. The other women, Julie Swetnick and Debbie Ramirez, were not scheduled to testify.This footage shows supporters holding a silent protest in support of Blasey Ford in the Hart Senate Office Building ahead of the testimony. Credit: @VoteChoice via Storyful (Original Title: Blasey Ford Supporters Hold Silent Protest Ahead of Her Testimony)
Demonstrators raised their fists and walked slowly and silently down the hallway in front of Senator Susan Collins’ office in Washington on September 24 to protest Supreme Court hopeful Brett Kavanaugh.News reports said “dozens” of protesters were arrested, both outside Senator Susan Collins’ office and in the Russel Senate Office Building rotunda.According to Instagram user Igcorn, who also filmed from the protest, police prohibited forms of physical and noise protest including clapping, snapping and jazz hands. Credit: Angela Maske via Storyful (Original Title: Silent Anti-Kavanaugh Protest Moves Through Washington Senate Offices)
Over 1 million people marched in Barcelona, and in other parts of Catalonia, for independence on September 11, according to reports.Catalan police, the Mossos, thanked everyone for demonstrating safely and without incident in such a large event on Twitter. Tuesday marked the first National Day of Catalonia since the Catalan regional government launched its own referendum on independence from Spain on October 1 2017. The vote was marked by violent scenes as Spanish national police and Guardia Civil raided polling stations and the arrest of Catalan separatist leaders involved in organising the vote, which was ruled to be illegal by Spain’s supreme court.In this video, the crowd in Barcelona carries out a “wave” of cheers and flag-waving. Credit: @laiacollection via Storyful (Original Title: Catalans Create 'Sound Wave' During March for Independence in Barcelona)
More than one million people marched in Barcelona and other parts of Catalonia calling for independence on Tuesday, September 11, according to agency reports.In this video, the crowd in Barcelona goes silent momentarily to then carry out a “wave” of cheers and flag-waving.Catalonia’s police force, the Mossos d’Esquadra, thanked those who took part for demonstrating safely and without incident. Tuesday marked the first National Day of Catalonia since the Catalan regional government launched its own referendum on independence from Spain on October 1, 2017, which was ruled to be illegal by Spain’s supreme court. The vote was marked by violent scenes as Spanish national police and Guardia Civil raided polling stations and arrested Catalan separatist leaders involved in organizing the referendum. Credit: Maite Fruitós via Storyful (Original Title: Silence Turns to Cheers in Barcelona 'Sound Wave' for Independence)
DRIVER STRUGGLES TO REVERSE -- This driver’s ability to reverse appears to be going backwards – as they repeatedly run off the road attempting to find a passing point. The poor driver was desperately trying to back up and find a spot to let traffic past, but instead ended up in a ditch with two wheels in the air. In unbelievable dash cam footage the person behind the wheel can be seen attempting to reverse but struggling to follow the direction of the road. Confronted with a queue of oncoming traffic, the white Hyundai i30 zigzags across Sheader Road on the Isle of Skye while completely missing a designated passing spot. すれ違うスペースもない曲がりくねった田舎の１本道で、こっちの１台に対して反対方向から来た複数台の車に遭遇したとき、一体どうします？ こっちが道を譲りますよね？すれ違うスペースがあるところまでバックして… スコットランド西岸インナー・ヘブリディーズ諸島最北のスカイ島で、６月29日に起こったのがまさにそんなシチュエーション。 バックする方は対向車からの無言のプレッシャーで、真っ直ぐに走れませんよ。いや、真っ直ぐではなく、道なりにね。それにしても下手な運転だ。 （イギリス、スカイ島、７月２日、映像：Caters/AFLO）
This man is able to quickly slice up a Chinese noodle delicacy into thin strips at high speed without looking and, importantly, without slicing his arm off. In the video, filmed in Heze City in eastern China's Shandong Province on March 18, the seated man quickly and calmly slices up the slippery pieces of starch jelly into strips, sometimes even looking at the camera while doing it. Later, he grabs a bunch of starch jelly strips to show them off in front of the camera. In the clip, a man can be heard saying: "Look at his skill with the knife. He's cutting the starch jelly into such thin strips! Whoever likes to eat that should come and find him." ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++ (Original Title: Chinese man nonchalantly slices up jelly noodles at speed with massive cleaver)
Accuser: Brett Ratner is Trying to Silence Me
One of the women who accused Brett Ratner of rape 12 years ago says the director is trying to silence her and others.
EXCLUSIVE: Get Out director Jordan Peele calls Donald Trump "racist man in the Oval Office" who inspired the Sunken Place where many people are silenced
EXCLUSIVE: Award-winning director Jordan Peele launched an attack on Donald Trump's government claiming the country is becoming like "The Sunken Place" - a surreal torture room featured in his movie. During an impassioned speech Awards in LA, Peele said he refused to be silenced about how Trump is a "racist in the oval office." and must be battled through the creative arts. Peele says his concept of "The Sunken Place" represented how he sees the USA currently with the leader trying to suppress certain groups and ignoring protests. And he used the torture room as a metaphor to reflect how he feels so many sections of society are being marginalized today. The New Yorker fired off on the Trump regime at the 2018 Producers Guild Awards, where he collected the Stanley Kramer Award to Jordan Peele's Get Out tonight at the PGA Awards. Peele joked: "I set out on this task of writing a horror movie. I had to ask myself what really scares me? "White people is not the answer. I know that's what you're thinking. That was second. That came in second." Getting serious he added: "First was silence. The silencing of voices. Get Out was my protest against that. It is my protest for what I haven't seen in the world and with the horror that I see in the world. And what I haven't seen on screen. That's how I came up with the idea of the Sunken Place." MORE COPY AVAILABLE
人物：ダニエル・カルーヤ, ジョーダン・ピール, バラク・オバマ, ドナルド・トランプ, アリソン・ウィリアムズ
Pranksters freak out strangers by staring at them. How would you react if you found five total strangers staring at you in the street? That was the question this group of Lebanon-based pranksters and YouTubers (HowAboutBeirut) attempted to answer with this 'social experiment' video. The result is more tense than funny as the five performers (three girls and two guys) approach members of the public at random on the street in Beirut. Reactions range from genuinely freaked out to downright perplexed.
Chloe the dog was caught chewing a chopping board. When her owner confronted her, she made an adorable guilty face in the hopes of trying to escape a scolding. (Original Title: Dog Looks Guilty After Chewing Chopping Board)
5人目の女の子のニュース！パパなかなか気づかない… 米テキサス州アーリントン (2017年10月26日)
This woman decided to surprise her husband with the news that they would be having a fifth daughter. After filling the living room with pink balloons, she sat on the couch with her children and waited for him to come home. When her husband walked in the room and realized what the balloons meant, he was struck speechless.
トム・ハンクス ハーヴェイ・ワインスタインについて無言 アメリカ ニューヨーク (2017年10月16日)
EXCLUSIVE: Tom Hanks was spotted out in NYC on Sunday afternoon, heading to lunch at Balthazar's in Soho with wife Rita Wilson and actress Nia Vardalos, star of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding". The three walked through Soho after their meal. Hanks seemed a bit downcast after taking part in an emergency meeting by the Acadmey Board of Governors on Saturday, voting out Harvey Weinstein, and revoking his lifetime membership. He seemed saddened by the whole situation as he dodges questions about it while searching for a cab. Ref: SPL1602853 151017 EXCLUSIVE Video by: 247PAPS.TV / Splash News
While his owner was perusing the shelves of CVS Pharmacy in Encino, Los Angeles, this golden retriever spotted something he wanted.The clever dog picked up the treat and brought it to the counter, where he wagged his tail and entreated his owner to buy it. Who could say no to this good boy? Credit: EZdevelopment via Storyful (Original Title: Hopeful Golden Retriever Tries to Get Owner to Buy Him a Toy)
騒ぐ犬も沈黙 英国全土でロンドン橋テロ犠牲者に黙祷 （2017年６月６日）
I was videoing my stafforshire bull terrier Roxy-Blue playing when the most amazing thing happened. At exactly 11am the minute silence for the recent britains terror attacks fallen victims was aired on TV, then she stopped. Roxy sat for the whole minute in silence with her head down.
映画「沈黙-サイレンス-」 主演アンドリュー・ガーフィルド インタビュー
Andrew Garfield plays a Jesuit in 17th-century Japan in Martin Scorsese's new movie "Silence". The film will have a limited release on December 23 for an Oscar-qualifying run,and will be released nationwide on January 6. SOUNDBITES Andrew Garfield plays a Jesuit in 17th-century Japan in Martin Scorsese's new movie "Silence". The film will have a limited release on December 23 for an Oscar-qualifying run,and will be released nationwide on January 6. SOUNDBITES - Andrew Garfield,actor
人物：マーティン・スコセッシ, 遠藤 周作
Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper in Coney Island Performing and exiting the Venue, Johnny Depp arriving to his tour bus waving at his fans and blowing kisses. Johnny depp and alice Cooper on stage performing infront of a huge crowd and finally Alice Cooper leaving the venue and Johnny depp arriving at his hotel . I asked both of them about Joe Perry how he was doing and none of them answered in NYC, New York City. Ref: SPL1316509 110716 Video by: 247PAPS.TV / Splash News
人物：アリス・クーパー, ジョー・ペリー, ジョニー・デップ
This man was happy when he received a teddy bear as a gift from his son; however, when he heard it speak and say that he was going to be a grandpa, he fell silent and cried tears of joy.
" Justin Bieber performs Cry Me A River and tells radio DJ ''I don''t know what''s going on in my life'' following his split with Selena Gomez. Ref: SPL457809 121112 Video by: Splash News "
【英国王室ダイアナ元妃】事故死_ダイアナ元妃死去 英に無言の帰国 （1997年９月１日）
Natural Sound The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles came to Paris on Sunday to collect the body of his former wife, Diana, Princess of Wales. Together with Diana's two sisters, a sombre-looking Prince Charles arrived at the hospital where Princess Diana died in the early hours of Sunday morning. They were greeted by French President Jacques Chirac and his wife, Bernadette. The grim-faced prince then escorted the flag-draped coffin back to a Royal Air Force base outside London, just 16 hours after Princess Diana was tragically killed in a Paris car crash. The Prince later travelled to Balmoral to be with his children. Prince Charles flew to Paris on Sunday to collect the body of his former wife Princess Diana who was killed in a car crash in the early hours of Sunday morning. He was greeted warmly by the French President Jacques Chirac and his wife, Bernadette. The funeral cortege passed along the streets of Paris, lined with well wishers. Prince Charles and Diana's two sisters, Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale, escorted the coffin back to England. Prominent public figures, including Prime Minister Tony Blair, were at the Royal Air Force air base at Northolt for a sombre ceremony marking the nation's tragic loss. Diana died from injuries suffered when her Mercedes limousine, pursued by paparazzi photographers, crashed in a Paris traffic tunnel. The accident also claimed the lives of the 36-year-old princess's boyfriend, millionaire film producer Dodi Fayed, and their chauffeur. The couple's bodyguard survived the crash. He is in hospital and doctors say his injuries are serious, but not life-threatening. Seven photographers were detained immediately after the crash, which occurred in a tunnel at the Pont de l'Alma, just north of the Eiffel Tower. They were placed in formal custody on Sunday afternoon. The accident investigation will be handled by a special unit more used to dealing with high priority terrorism cases. After the jet bearing Princess Diana's body landed under grey skies at the Northolt air base, a Royal Air Force honor guard carried the coffin, draped in the multicoloured Royal Standard, to a waiting hearse. Following the ceremony by members of the Queen's Colour Squadron at the airforce base, Princess Diana's grieving sisters accompanied her coffin back to London and to a private mortuary. Her body was subsequently moved to the chapel in St James's Palace. Prince Charles reboarded the plane following the ceremony and flew on to Aberdeen. He then drove to the family home at Balmoral, to comfort his two grieving sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
人物：ダイアナ, ダイアナ 妃, ジャック・シラク, チャールズ皇太子
UK - Reaction to the Death of Princess Diana APTV London - 31 August 1997 Buckingham Palace Man laying on floor crying outside Buckingham Palace SOUNDBITE: (English) Man confronts media outside Buckingham Palace "She's allowed a life, she's allowed a life and they took it. They have taken it. They have taken her life. They've taken her life. I'm sorry. I blame the Sun newspaper and their ilk." Crowd outside pan to gates Couple laying flower, zoom into photo of Diana Two little girls laying flowers Close up of message to princess Flag flying at half mast Man placing candle by wreaths Kensington Palace Wide shot of queue of people outside, pan along queue Little girl laying flowers, woman lays flowers Pan of flowers 60823 UK - Prince Charles Returns with Body of Princess Diana POOL RAF Northolt, Middlesex - 31 August 1997 Mid shot British Prime Minister Tony Blair walking onto tarmac Princess Diana's sisters and Prince Charles disembarking plane Prince Charles and sisters walk away from plane Pallbearers walk slowly with coffin and honour guard carrying wreaths Side shot of pallbearers carrying coffin to car Backshot Prince Charles and Diana's sisters, Lady Jane Fellowes (in beige suit) and Lady Sarah McCorquodale
人物：ダイアナ, ダイアナ 妃, チャールズ皇太子
18th January 2017: Andrew Garfield says that Trump needs a big kiss like the one he received from Ryan Reynolds.
A group of self-proclaimed paedophile hunters claim perverts are targeting underage Sikh girls because they can use their religion to force a culture of silence. Deepa Singh, in his thirties, claims to have both historic and recent evidence of a scandal in the West Midlands which goes back five decades and could mirror the infamous Rochdale and Rotherham child sex grooming case. The support worker, from Birmingham, West Midlands, believes some men – who he claims are mainly of Pakistani decent – are specifically targeting underage Sikh women to exploit them for sex. Deepa claims the religon’s traditional cultural values of honour and pride could be being used to enforce silence, with abusers threatening that revealing the abuse will bring shame on victims’ family names and the community as a whole. He claims his organisation Sikh Youth UK, which he launched in 2013, has roughly 90 examples of the grooming of Sikh girls nationwide in the last 18 months. Deepa, who is a practicing Sikh, said: “Sikh Youth UK addresses issues in the Sikh community. “We have discovered an epidemic that goes back five decades, in which Sikh girls are being targeted with religiously aggravated sexual exploitation by Pakistani men and gangs. “They use different tactics, but mainly exploit these girls through cultural issues and sensitivities. “Most of the time, these perpetrators blackmail the girls to keep silent, threatening to oust them within their community. “They also change their name to a Sikh-sounding name to trick the girls into trusting them. “Over the last few years, we have spoken to countless victims and have been involved in cases that have led to convictions, including a high profile case in Leicester which ended with six convictions. “But as Sikhs, we feel we have been neglected and let down as a community when approaching social services, police and education departments about these issues. “I believe the authorities are heading for another Rotherham scandal by neglecting the issue to save race relations.” Deepa’s connections set up meetings with the people they believe are targeting Sikh girls online, and confront them. Shocking footage shows him and his team confronting men who allegedly thought they were waiting to meet underage Sikh girls they had been speaking to online but were actually messaging Deepa’s contacts. West Midlands Police confirmed both citizen’s arrests had resulted in one man being issued with a caution for attempting to engage in sexual communication with a child, while the other was released pending further investigation. Deepa’s group also aims to build a network up and down the UK for other members of his community and he has also presented his findings to MPs and the Home Office. Deepa, who receives no formal funding for his efforts, said: “What we have highlighted is the whole process of grooming, patterns and perpetrators that are targeting young Sikh girls specifically. “Our report shows how the Sikh community have been failed by the authorities, governing bodies and agencies. “Now we’re putting in as much effort as we can to highlight this issue. “We will not tolerate this hidden scandal that has been brushed under the carpet and will continue to highlight who the perpetrators are. “We are not sure that we can stop the problem entirely, as it already goes back more than 50 years. “What we can do is implement measures to avoid it, intervene where it’s happening and put resources into helping the primary and secondary victims.” Deepa said his group is designed to prevent vigilante action by tackling issues head-on legally, and even host awareness talks across the country in universities, schools, community centres and Temples. The group has received support from Edgbaston MP Preet Gill and Rotherham MP Sarah Champion, while working heavily with the Sikh media, all Sikh Gurdwaras in the UK and being a member of The Sikh Council UK. In 2013, vigilant action in Leicester led to a restaurant being mobbed resulting in multiple men being jailed for offences against a teenager including inciting child pornography, paying for the sexual services of a child and trafficking. But Deepa insists his group work within the law. He said: “We’ve lost out previously as a community because not only did the authorities let us down, but when our brothers and fathers tried to deal with it they were arrested and branded vigilantes. “In 2013, a Sikh girl was groomed, raped, abused, and moved around the Midlands. “The Sikh community gave the information to the police and they said she would handle it, but the girl was raped four weeks later. “Hundreds of men went into a restaurant and did what they had to do to defend the girl’s honour. “13 of them were convicted, and only then were the perpetrators arrested.” (Original Title: ‘It’s The Next Rochdale Scandal’: Self-Proclaimed ‘Paedophile Hunters’ Claim Perverts Are Targeting Sikh Girls And Using Their Religion To Force Culture Of Silence)