Machete sold to 15-year-old boy

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    Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8127174.stm

    Trading standards officers have called for a ban on online knife sales after a machete was sold to a 15-year-old for £1.50 over the internet.

    The potential weapon was delivered in the mail in bubble wrap and cardboard to the teenager who was testing underage sales for trading standards.

    The tests found that 214 out of 835 stores in England and Wales sold knives illegally to under 18s.

    The problems were more acute online, where 80% sold knives to young people.

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    Here in india no one gives a **** about this. When i was 10 i use to go and bring blades, knifes, matches in the store. I've done nothing bad with it.

    I think the western people should shove the development up in their @sses. I mean they can't control kids. When i was a child when my mother use to beat me if i have done any thing wrong. I will sit like a dog. But the western children are far more from it. After all, who can forget that ******* who shot his parents with pistol for not allowing to play HALO 3 game.
     
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