'I've never been so terrified in my life. I was driving along with my son in the back when all of a sudden I had all these kids surrounding me, stamping and kicking my car.'The pensioner:
'They were being really rowdy, I saw stones thrown into the air near cars and they were chanting very loudly.The local businessman:
'The group of children were walking down the middle of the road, buses and cars were stopped in their tracks, they shouted at the occupants and stones were thrown at the vehicles.'
'I saw them throw eggs at passing buses. They were a big noisy and rowdy group.'All just making something out of nothing, according to the headmaster of Halifax High:
'The kids were out of school, they were in a large group and people will tend to brand any large group of children as yobs. They were making a protest, it was inappropriate and unhelpful to the gentleman's cause but they were well intentioned.'The pictures show a strangely, well, homogeneous group of 'schoolchildren' too...
I guess diversity isn't a priority at Halifax High.