My daughter was waiting for a bus on Willowbrook Drive (outside of Willowbrook Shopping Centre) on Christmas Eve, after doing last-minute Christmas shopping.
A car approached, stopped, and someone inside threw a full chocolate drink, hitting her in the chest. Fortunately, the drink was cold, but it covered her coat, pants, and purse. It was thrown with enough force to hurt her chest.
She was unable to get a good description of the car or licence plate number. However, they know who they are.
Why someone would stoop so low, especially on Christmas Eve, is beyond us. There was one other person, a young woman, at the stop. She, too, knows who she is. It is beyond us why she would think it was funny and laugh at my daughter. Instead, she could have helped.
Jim Fleck, Langley