Israeli security firms chasing bored teens from parks
Israeli towns hiring private firms to patrol spots where teens gather becoming popular trend.
It's around midnight, and a group of teenage girls is sitting in a public park in the town of Ganei Tikva. A car with a flashing orange light on the roof pulls up and out steps Amit Gisman from the security firm Moked Emun. He's in uniform, wearing a police duty belt with pistol and handcuffs.