If you call the police and say "someone followed me home" the police will ask you "did he/she actually do anything?" you say " they just followed me" and the police will take a report and say if it happens again call us, otherwise not much we can do.
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The problem here is that you seem to have the delusion that being an aggressive act automatically means something will become illegal when there is absolutely no evidence to support that belief.
And with regard to the poll question, it's not so simple as being always aggressive or always not aggressive. Following someone can certainly be an aggressive act. More importantly, though, it can be seen as a threatening behavior when one follows a stranger.
All you need to do to prove this is to find a random stranger. In fact, find a stranger that is far bigger and stronger than you. Someone who can easily kick the living **** out of you without much thought. Now you just have to follow that stranger around for a while. If they try to get away from you, track them down and keep following them. Watch their reactions. Get close to them and make sure they know you are following them. Then, if they confront you about it, be honest. If they say "what's your problem?" say "I'm just following you. Nothing to worry about."
Hell, if you really want to test the hypothesis that following someone isn't aggressive or threatening, ask them if they have a girlfriend or wife that you can follow for a while.
If you think that doing such things might be dangerous for you, then you have your answer: Following someone around can be aggressive/threatening.
If you don't think there would be any danger to you, then I say that you should test the theory.
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
Last edited by Black Dog; 04-16-12 at 04:02 PM.
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