verbal abuse


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Letters posted on doors across the UK calling for acid attacks and verbal abuse against Muslims.
Following that later incident, British Transport Police are investigating a report of verbal abuse against Jones after officers were sent to meet his train as it arrived into London Euston on Sunday.
09 (ANI): The resident doctors of King George's Medical University in Lucknow on Friday claimed that they were facing harassment and verbal abuse in the hospital campus.
The most common type of attack was verbal abuse, with 48 incidents in 2016/17, the highest number of incidents since at least 2010/11.
The most common type of attack was verbal abuse, with 64 incidents in 2016/17, the highest number of incidents since 73 recorded in 2010/11.
The youngsters shouted verbal abuse at some Police Community Support Officers before running away.
A CHILDREN'S entertainer has called the trend of clowns scaring people "horrendous" - and says he has suffered verbal abuse as a result when driving from show to show.
A West Midlands Ambulance spokesman said: "It is com-pletely unacceptable to hear of staff receiving verbal abuse after responding to help people in their hour of need.
Parents have raised concerns about the verbal abuse against students by teachers which has reportedly become common in many local schools.
A UNION has said it is alarmed by new figures which show a rise in the number of Welsh youngsters kicked out of school for either verbal abuse or physical assault of adults.
Ramadi / Nina / Chairman of the Anbar Provincial Council Sabah Karhot was subjected to an assault by beating and verbal abuse by displaced students from Anbar province to the province of Kirkuk.
A BBC report found the 30-second attack, which was only stopped when a witness intervened, was accompanied by a volley of verbal abuse so loud it could be heard throughout the hotel where the programme's crew were staying.