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Post  wfrad on Thu 15 Feb 2018, 4:43 am

PC Madness, Most Nationals ran with this story and he was even on morning TV.  

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A LOLLIPOP man was forced to quit his job after parents moaned he was grooming their kids - by HIGH-FIVING them.
Bryan Broom claims council chiefs hauled him in for a verbal dressing down after at least two parents made allegations against his conduct.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council confirmed that while a "couple" of complaints about Bryan's conduct had been received, they were never upheld.

The 77-year-old has diligently worked as a lollipop man for Kirk Ella St. Andrews Primary School near Hull, East Yorkshire for the last 20 years.
Four years ago Bryan was handed an Unsung Hero Award by East Riding Council, during a lavish ceremony in which he met the council leader.
However, the popular and much-loved lollipop man has been compelled to resign after feeling that he'd "lost the backing of the council."

The married dad-of-two told the Hull Daily Mail: "I used to high-five the kids until I was told it could be construed as grooming – that is what the council told me.
"They [the council] were saying we have called you into the office twice, if it happens again we really are going to give you a slap on the wrist.
He added: "A child came up to and said, 'high-five Bryan' but apparently I can't do that nowadays because I've been told it could be misconstrued as grooming.
"This business of political correctness, it has just gone mad.
"I'm outgoing and cannot be reined in. I'm very sad to leave but it's my choice at the end of the day.”

Sham the 'women' who complained couldn’t be named and shamed for the morons that they obviously are No
For the full story and some of the comments about it:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5547125/lollipop-man-bryan-broom-high-five-ban-quits/

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