Vandalism at school
Vandalism involves destroying other peoples property, like benches, garbage bins, lanterns, plants, bicycles, windows etcetera. It also involves graffiti on walls, windows and benches, which is hard to remove and costs a lot of money. Graffiti and destruction of other peoples property both cost piles of money and is against the law. When you are caught red-handed on the committing of vandalism by the police they will most certainly arrest you, and you either have to pay a fine or get a task sentence. You don’t have to expect that you can elude your sentence when you are arrested for vandalism, because you have destroyed things which don’t belong to you, and you will have to pay for it.
In the King County's Big Finn Hill Park a restroom has been smashed to pieces by vandals. The vandals were probably drunk and just started smashing they toilets apart, or they tried to be cool in front of their friends and have a bit of fun destroying stuff.
This toilet has been sprayed over with graffiti. Though the toilets haven’t been destroyed, graffiti is also vandalism. Opinions about graffiti are divided. The younger generations often like the texts and drawings that are sprayed everywhere on the walls, doors and floors. They love the designs, colours ( colours which you won’t find in any ordinary toilet at school ) and it’s simply ‘cool ’. The older generations on the other hand don’t like it all. They think it’s destroying, clogging and littering school property.