Abusive Behaviour

Abusive Behaviour

A general term for various behaviours which may be aggressive, coercive or controlling, destructive, harassing, intimidating, isolating, or threatening, that a batterer or abuser may use to control a domestic partner, child or other victim.
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"We will not tolerate any form of abusive behaviour on board Thomas Cook Airlines flights."
Lahore -- Judges of lower courts across Punjab staged a protest on Friday against the abusive behaviour displayed by lawyers and also boycotted the courts and conducted proceedings of only the important cases in their chambers.
Mr Jones is currently banned from YouTube for violating the site's policy on abusive behaviour. He is also banned from many other social platforms for breaking conditions governing such behaviour.
The panel ruled: "Failing to toilet the service user and telling her to wet herself was neglectful and abusive behaviour. Shouting at a resident telling her to just die was emotional abuse.
But by continuing to excuse predatory or abusive behaviour, we overlook the art never created by the women who have been - and continue to be - its victims.
"The underlying reason behind the man's abusive behaviour comes down to the fact that my mum is a black woman and he didn't want her sitting next to him - he says it in the video."
For its part, Instagram told the Press Association that the account responsible for the messages had been removed as the company does not "tolerate threatening or abusive behaviour".
Why aren't parents taking strict action against their wards for abusive behaviour?
The pair, both 17, admitted threatening or abusive behaviour when they appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court this week.
Philip Miles, 39, of Albany Road, Earlsdon, was found guilty in his absence of using threat or abusive behaviour that was racially aggravated and using threatening or abusive behaviour.