Carry on walking
You can't be bothered to go and see what's up
You want to help, but are too shy to do so
You sprint back and push the door down and shout: "What's going on here?!"
You walk quickly but cautiously back to the house, and knock on the door. All you care about is that your neighbour is okay
You call 911, for you are not sure what else to do
Look away and start talking to someone
You yell: "Stop the bus!" When it stops (if it stops) you smash the doors open and run after the man
You cry: "Stop the bus!" When it stops (if it stops) you jump out and rush to the woman asking if she is okay
You look away, unable to move and are deeply ashamed of your decision, you're just too shy
You call 911
You can't be bothered to do anything
Get on the floor
Give him/her the money thinking that you are helping everyone, even though you aren't
Let out a cry of rage and pounce on the person with the gun
Run away and call 911
You hug the girl's mother, comforting her and telling her it's okay and that he won't actually kill her daughter
You say to the robber: "I don't want to get on the floor. It's dirty, and these trousers are new!"
Swim up behind and under the man, tickle his hand, making him let go, then grab the boy and swim away, putting the boy above the water so he can breathe
You jump into the pool and swim towards the man. You bite his hand and he lets go, then you grab the boy and gives him to a nearby lady watching. Then you jump on the man.
Get out of the pool and run to your phone. You call 911
You think things over, which takes a long time, and by then the boy has drowned
You float there petrified, unable to move to help the boy
You just swim in a different direction
Jump up and run after the man, jumping on his back
Since you are too shy, you just cry: "Dad! There is a man trying to take Mum away!"
You comfort your brother, who keeps asking where your mum is. You keep saying that she'll be back soon.
You jump up and change the channel on TV
Once the man is out the door, you rush to the house phone and call 911
You stare at the house phone, wondering who you should call first out of your father or 911