And they pretended not to remember that they were left on their own in the house... (twice at least, when I was staying at theirs) The mum feinted a surprise: "When was that??" taking an astonished expression on purpose (quite certainly to make me think that she didn't want them to be left on their own, as if it was a big mistake...)
Therefore, even more because of that hypocritical "When was that??", I really felt that they (at least the mum of the then 8yo girl) encouraged it.
Even the Garda only said: "It's something that goes on..." and "What can we do about it?" or "It's none of (y)our business"... I only agree with the last sentence!
Also they borrowed my mobile and sent weird texts to themselves saying that I wanted to marry their then 8yo daughter. (I like fairy tales but I don't believe in them really, do u? I think they do. Anyway she (and most 8yo girls) have passed the age of playing the ballet dancing & singing princesses)
I must admit the parents and I talked about marriage (not marriage with their daughter(s) though!!) and I said it is extremely important for me especially as I want to have children!
(*)And one important thing is that after around 2-3 weeks I had stayed at theirs (towards the end of May 2009) as some people in their church googled my name, they saw the articles written about the Fashion show incident of Aberdeen (April 2009, see further below(**))
Becoming paranoid, the dad also said that I assaulted him and went into their property. I went into their garden to get my hat back but I never assaulted him! He had threatened me and become angry several times (I must admit that perhaps I got on his nerves a little bit sometimes) but I never assaulted them nor even threatened them, not even swore at them.
All this certainly comes from one of the most common vicious circles: lack of sleep (as well as proper food and other good things...), which makes people more likely to be paranoid, which makes people more likely to have sleeping problems, which makes people more likely to be paranoid... and so on, it escalates!