Innocent youngsters deserve an apology

ON Thursday, September 6, at lunchtime, several lads were eating chips in East Street, St Ives, at the entrance to Cow and Hare Passage. A man went up to them, verbally abused them, telling them not to litter his property, and then put his hand under the

ON Thursday, September 6, at lunchtime, several lads were eating chips in East Street, St Ives, at the entrance to Cow and Hare Passage. A man went up to them, verbally abused them, telling them not to litter his property, and then put his hand under the dish and knocked the chips into the air - littering his property.

This action was completely uncalled-for and was witnessed by a number of people in the street. Mr Whoever-you-were, please make a public apology to these lads.

PEGGY SEAMARK, Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey