r/PublicFreakout Aug 13 '22 Into the Magic Portal 1 All-Seeing Upvote 1

community bands together against 2 dumb bitches that left a baby in a hot ass car for almost an hour Justified Freakout

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u/Mission-Two1325 Aug 13 '22 Wholesome I'll Drink to That

Can we get bigger font I can still see parts of the video.

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u/GrilledCheeser Aug 13 '22

Better than the “mind exploded” emoji taking up two thirds of the screen

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u/SMTecanina Aug 13 '22

Look dude, I'll deal with the emojis. I'll even deal with half the screen being taken up by unnecessary words.

I'll deal with it all as long as there's no robot voice.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Worse is when its a video and someone superimposes themselves in front of it silently miming reactions.

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u/Pretty_Kitty99 Aug 13 '22

Same as someone who includes themselves next to it but has no reactions, they're just there...

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u/manmadeofhonor Aug 13 '22

I have never used the tickity-tock, but I have to assume with all this nonsense it's not worth it?

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u/ChodeZillaChubSquad Aug 13 '22

Not if you value your free time, online privacy and sanity, no.. it is not.

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u/GrilledCheeser Aug 13 '22

So you’re cool if they add that “oh no oh no no” song?

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u/SalmonNgiri Aug 13 '22

I downvoted you just for reminding me of that.

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u/dedokta Aug 13 '22

I was watching Goodfellas the other night and that song came on during one of the bar scenes. Fuck that threw me!

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u/Spider_Dude Aug 13 '22

Watching Goodfellas

🎶 And nothing can go wrong..OH NO! IT ALL WENT WRONG!!! 🎶

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u/Shitty_Google_Bot Aug 13 '22

Wait that songs in there? Oh no..

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u/SMTecanina Aug 13 '22

Damnit I forgot about it for 5 seconds :(

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u/GrilledCheeser Aug 13 '22

I gotchu fam

Babyyyy shark do do do do do

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u/LadyBug_0570 Aug 13 '22

You are not my favorite person right now for putting that song in my head

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u/No_Group3198 Aug 13 '22

Bro I was in this hospital visiting my mom in Florida, and she shared a room with another patient. At around noon, the other patient decides she doesn't want to be in the hospital anymore. Staff keep telling her if she leaves she will just end up back there and to wait for the doctor. This bitch decides to get up, rips the iv out of her arm, starts bleeding everywhere. She shits herself. A male nurse runs in and basically man handles her into submission to stop the bleeding. Like 3 more nurses run in and they rip the curtains closed and start restraining her. The next thing I hear is "oh no, oh no, oh no no no" from her phone!

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u/redalert825 Aug 13 '22

Worse if it was the "nobody's gonna know, they're gone know how would they know?" sound.

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u/SaffronHoneysuckle Aug 13 '22

Bruh heard it for the first time in months walking through a public park, yesterday. Dude chillin all nonchalant under a tree like he didn't know what he was sending out into the world

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u/TehKudo Aug 13 '22

Also better than half the video being someone's reaction.

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u/kekelodeon Aug 13 '22

At least its not some kid reacting making weird faces straight into your soul taking half the screen and saying "WOW!" louder than the audio.

Caling themselves "reactors" fuck off.

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u/Unrulygoose415 Aug 13 '22

How brain dead do you have to be at this point to leave your kid in the car when it’s the summer? Did he say 30-45 minutes?

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u/poneill2014 Aug 13 '22

At least, look at all the shit they have in that cart

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u/Swichts Aug 13 '22

Ya know, now that I'm 3 years deep into being a parent, I've been in the trenches and have a weird sense of sympathy for some people that do epic parent fuck ups. This video....it is not getting any sympathy from me. How the fuck do TWO PEOPLE not think twice about leaving a baby in a hot car while you go shopping? Throw the book at em

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u/Lazerspewpew Aug 13 '22

It's simple. They don't give a shit. Ignorance, laziness, and selfishness.

One thing I always keep in the back of my mind is that at least 1/4 of all people are really fucking dumb.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

1/4 is a bit generous i'm thinking 1/2 at the very least

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u/RatchetPersian Aug 13 '22

I mean, in the bell curve the top is average. That is isn't "smart", I wouldn't consider slightly above average as "smart" either. Only about 25% of the population are actually "smart"

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u/BadBoyGoneFat Aug 13 '22

Carlin said think about how dumb the average person is, then realize half of the world is even dumber than that. He was right.

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u/raiderREDgamer Aug 13 '22

My favorite Carlin line

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u/karstenharrington Aug 13 '22

Think about how dumb the average person is, and then realize that half of all people are dumber than that

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u/BURNINATOR_420 Aug 13 '22

60% of the time, it works every time

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u/DMan9797 Aug 13 '22

How much gas is even wasted just leaving the car and AC idling that long? Probably not even near a gallon so less than 4 bucks to protect your kids while your drop 100s on corn syrup products

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u/WickedTeddyBear Aug 13 '22

Really ecological... Take the kid with you it's that simple

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u/SMTecanina Aug 13 '22

Or, hear me out... Grocery shopping and errands aren't a family ordeal. One of them can stay home and watch the children

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u/BadDiscoJanet Aug 13 '22

I feel for people who have to take their kids to the store because they don’t have a person to watch them. I avoid taking my kids in stores as much as possible. I’m told my kids are comparatively well behaved but it’s a whole ordeal and if mine are well behaved in stores, then I’d hate to see unruly.

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u/SMTecanina Aug 13 '22

That's completely understandable

We're all just drawing from this specific video. We don't ever notice the kids who behave and the parents who actually parent.

We notice the trash that leaves kids in cars, and the ones who treat Walmarts like playgrounds.

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u/BadDiscoJanet Aug 13 '22

These people left their children in a very literally life threatening situation. It’s understandable to not want to take your kids into stores; t’s inexcusable to leave a child in a car without air conditioning to go grocery shopping.

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u/tigm2161130 Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

I’m a single mom and leaving my son at my sisters so I can go to the grocery store by myself is a special treat😂

I even go to the “good” grocery store so I can get a beer from the restaurant/bar inside to drink while I shop.

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u/hibbitydibbidy Aug 13 '22

Woah woah woah!!! What is this? You can drink while you shop? Mind disclosing the name of such an establishment?

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u/tigm2161130 Aug 13 '22

H‑E‑B in south/central Texas…a lot of their stores have restaurants/cafes/etc inside.

I haven’t shopped at any other store since before the pandemic but I want to say you can do this at Whole Foods as well.

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u/Zombie_Carl Aug 13 '22

Shit, I moved away from TX like 20 years ago and I’ve never heard of this! Herbert E Butz must have been waiting for me to leave so they could throw a big boozy shopping trip party for everyone else in the state!

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u/compyface286 Aug 13 '22

Whole foods

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u/Sauteedmushroom2 Aug 13 '22

Heyyyoo. Fellow single mom checking in. On occasion I can have my mom watch my son so I can go to the store alone. Sometimes I go crazy and get a Starbucks in target, maybe a cookie at Whole Foods.

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u/BALONYPONY Aug 13 '22

My kid LOVES the store granted she’s only 5 months but slap her in a bjorn and we just have a blast.

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u/BrilliantExtent6942 Aug 13 '22

I miss those days. Now I have a "blast" chasing my 5 yo when he decides to play hide and seek in the store. Literally I turn for 2sec and he gone. Houdini in training.

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u/tigm2161130 Aug 13 '22

Oh I totally feel this!

When my son was a baby he also loved the store. Especially once he was old enough to sit in the cart and “talk” to everyone(I always wore him when he was an infant.) The stimulation alone was enough entertainment and if he was sleepy I would just put him on and continue my shop.

Now as a 6 yo with adhd he tries to hang in there but it’s a never ending cycle of “can I get this” and “are we done yet”😂

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u/Bloo-Q-Kazoo Aug 13 '22

I used to do that with mine when they were little. We’d point at things and I’d tell her what everything is, when she recognized something she would point and say “nom nom.” It was some of the most fun I’ve ever had in my life at the time. It only gets better!

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u/desolateconstruct Aug 14 '22

Just wanted to say, good for you, you deserve that and I hope you enjoy every minute.

I work at grocery store that offers beer or wine while you shop. Most people don't know, or forgot since it wasn't offered during the pandemic, but some people still shop in style. I celebrate that shit. I know so many parents that sometimes come in with the youngsters, and other times don't. Usually moms have their headphones in, just vibing...love to fucking see it.

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u/bubbledabest Aug 13 '22

Don't feel bad for all of us! I love taking my daughter with me to the store and running errands. Keeps her occupied and stimulated, she naps on the way home and then I get a break out of it all. Also my wife gets to do whatever she wants when me and my daughter have daddy daughter time.

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u/Responsible_Tell1589 Aug 13 '22

Just got back from our store run. My kids look forward to it. Plus, it’s great for socialization.

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u/FileError214 Aug 13 '22

To each their own, but I kinda like taking the kids to the store sometimes.

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u/Delta5o1 Aug 13 '22

But then one of them might sleep with the other's father/boyfriend. Got to keep a close eye on your competition in the trailer park.

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u/fluffershuffles Aug 13 '22

Plus there was 2 of them how hard is it to have one stay in the car with the ac and radio on while the other shops

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u/Substantial_Revolt Aug 13 '22

The carts even has seats for you to put them into

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u/Osama_Obama Aug 13 '22 Silver

"What kind of person forgets a baby?

The wealthy do, it turns out. And the poor, and the middle class. Parents of all ages and ethnicities do it. Mothers are just as likely to do it as fathers. It happens to the chronically absent-minded and to the fanatically organized, to the college-educated and to the marginally literate. In the last 10 years, it has happened to a dentist. A postal clerk. A social worker. A police officer. An accountant. A soldier. A paralegal. An electrician. A Protestant clergyman. A rabbinical student. A nurse. A construction worker. An assistant principal. It happened to a mental health counselor, a college professor and a pizza chef. It happened to a pediatrician. It happened to a rocket scientist."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/fatal-distraction-forgetting-a-child-in-thebackseat-of-a-car-is-a-horrifying-mistake-is-it-a-crime/2014/06/16/8ae0fe3a-f580-11e3-a3a5-42be35962a52_story.html

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u/Jamfour9 Aug 13 '22

By their reaction this didn’t seem accidental. It’s one thing to go in the house and forget to remove them from the car. It’s another thing to decide to go in a grocery store and leave an infant in a vehicle. Not to mention in most of those cases the parent was alone. There were TWO of them in this video!!!! Not one adult! But two adults were present. No excuse here.

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u/superfucky Aug 13 '22

yeah they were completely nonchalant about the kid being in the car, they knew. didn't even bother to ask if she was okay until they were being arrested.

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u/Soft-Watch Aug 13 '22

This wasn't an accident like some of those were. This was deliberate.

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u/moleratical Aug 13 '22

Most of the time (not always) it's some exhausted young parent whose routine got changed and is operating on autopilot. For example: a young mother that's severely lacking sleep usually drops her kid off at a neighbors house for an hour or so to run errands, but today the neighbor is out of town so she just takes the baby with her, gets out of the car, does her grocery shopping like normal, but normally she doesn't take the baby, doesn't get it out of the car seat in the back, and the baby is asleep so it doesn't make a sound to remind her, so she runs in, and hopefully makes it back in time before anything too bad happens, but not always.

This happens across all income and education levels. It has nothing to do with stupidity or neglect. Our brains have evolved so that we are not always consciously aware of every little thing we do, and so when things become routine we act almost as second nature, like closing reddit just to immediately open it again, without even thinking about it. This is by far what happens in the vast majority of cases, and when you are sleep deprived this is far more likely to happen.

But occasionally you get the idiot that thinks they will only be gone for 40 minutes, it'll be alright, and it's not. But it's quite rare.

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u/derrymaine Aug 13 '22

I honestly love the shame tunnel that all of the bystanders make them walk through on the way to the police. This was clearly not an accidental leaving in the car as there were two women and they didn’t come running in a panic because they forgot.

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u/TheRxBandito Aug 13 '22

Definitely. We should bring back the stocks. Maybe the occasional Cersei walk of shame.

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u/Dwight- Aug 13 '22

Shame 🔔 Shame 🔔 Shame 🔔

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u/kennytucson Aug 13 '22

Let’s keep their clothes on this time.

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u/ChuckinTheCarma Aug 13 '22

Shame Shame Shame 🔔

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u/quazziwazzi Aug 13 '22

Looks like California too and its been in the 100's all week, imagine how hot it is in that car . Dumb bitches

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u/maagnifico01 Aug 13 '22

This is in Ingelwood CA, Crenshaw and imperial

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u/ForWhomTheBoneBones Aug 13 '22

Proud of you, Inglewood, for stepping up, getting that kid out of the car, and putting mom on blast in public.

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u/Duck_Matthew5 Aug 13 '22

My old hood! This is where The Boys Market was in the 80s across from Brolly Hut?

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u/Spider_Dude Aug 13 '22

I used to go to the Boys market on 120th and Vermont. I never knew there was more than one.

Anyway, remember the Pizza Hut there? That place was quintessential 1980s for me.

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u/Zombi3Kush Aug 13 '22

Thought it looked familiar. It's been fucking hot as fuck last couple of weeks. These people are morons to leave a kid in there.

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u/ProfessorMadness Aug 14 '22

So DEFINITELY hot as fuck

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u/Duck_Matthew5 Aug 13 '22

Gotta be L.A.

The accents are dead giveaways!

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u/AchingKnumbKnuts Aug 13 '22

Glad someone noticed the kid

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u/GrilledCheeser Aug 13 '22

Kinda makes me rethink my stance on window tinting laws. If their tint was crazy dark nobody would’ve noticed likely. Unless it was crying for help?

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u/kylec00per Aug 13 '22

Had to be crying unless there was a generous car theif that had more morals than the women who left the baby, I doubt someone just saw the baby chilling in the backseat.

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u/forkliftcrabs Aug 13 '22

Yep. First place I always check before I get going is the backseat

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u/rhamled Aug 13 '22

re: jacking cars?

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u/CommanderKettch Aug 13 '22

Holy shit! How much crap did they buy in there? They must've been in that store for at least an hour. How could they think this is okay?

Dumb people shouldn't have kids, but it seems like they have the mist kids.

Idiocracy wasn't supposed to be a guideline, it was meant as a joke

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u/Akaonishini Aug 13 '22

Jokes on us, they knew it was a documentary but just sold it off as a joke.

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u/Speculater Aug 13 '22

It was spot on. Even predicted Tic Tok.

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u/samdeed Aug 13 '22

If they arrested both of them, I'm curious what the police did with that cart full of food.

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u/BagelsAndLoxx Aug 13 '22

I thought about that too. I think i recall they usually ask if they can call someone to grab the car and other possessions like the groceries.

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u/CommanderKettch Aug 13 '22

Definitely didn't distribute it to the needy that's for sure.

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u/zachiscool7 Aug 13 '22

Not a single cloud in the sky. Sun just beaming on that poor child in the car🤦

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u/BobBelcher2021 Aug 13 '22

Judging by the trees, probably Southern California too. Temperature in the 90s outside if they’re not on the coast.

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u/brandolinium Aug 13 '22

100s, not 90s.

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u/Large-Statistician-3 Aug 13 '22

I spend about an hour in the store. I put earbuds in and read the labels of like every item on 200 bucks of groceries. I go at like 7pm so I don't hold people up. I thought I was the slowest shopper ever. Nope guess 2 ladies trying to cook a child get the award. Wtf

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u/Heyo__Maggots Aug 13 '22

My first thought too. They came out with an entire cart full of shit - it wasn’t 30 seconds to run into the local 7/11 for milk and you can see the car/kid from the window the entire time. They had to have been in there close to an hour for all that shopping and checkout and bagging.

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u/SpaceXBlaze Aug 13 '22

You still shouldn’t leave a kid in a car just to grab milk. Something could happen to the kid. Someone could break in and kidnap the child. Someone could steal the car. Anything could happen. It’s not a good idea.

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u/tigm2161130 Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

The age of the child really plays a factor in this, I think.

For me there’s a huge difference between popping into the icehouse with eyes on your 7/8 year old and doing the same with a toddler.

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u/salbris Aug 13 '22

I fucking hate that we have preface this. Leaving a 7 year old alone for 30 minutes is not a big deal. There is a lot of hysteria now-a-days about kidnapping and such yet 90% of these types of crimes happen from close family members.

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u/BigDaddy4Her Aug 13 '22

WAS THE KID OKAY???

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u/rightsyllalables Aug 13 '22

That's what I'm wondering?! And how old was the kiddo?? How scary it would be at any age to wake up and no one is around!

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u/typehyDro Aug 13 '22

People should be outraged. Why’d they both need to go in…? Even going in to buy 1 items isn’t a good idea, nevermind a full cart

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u/Sauteedmushroom2 Aug 13 '22

Are people not scared of someone TAKING THE KID?! Yes, it’s hella hot. But more can happen other than “hot”. Car accidents, car explosion…

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u/meluvulongtime3 Aug 13 '22

Man I hate when my car explodes. Ruins my whole day

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u/un-sub Aug 13 '22

I usually protect my car against explosions, but last week I parked next to someone who clearly doesn’t. Ran in to grab some groceries and came out to my car half blown apart because the car next to me exploded. It’s getting ridiculous!

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u/typehyDro Aug 13 '22

Truth. Car explosions are the worst. Definitely ruins an afternoon

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u/Betterwithfetter Aug 13 '22

Of course… kid could have died.

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u/texan_dabber Aug 13 '22

45 minutes in a car on a 100 degrees day, I’m surprised the kids alive

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u/spekabyss Aug 13 '22

He didn’t die sure, but I’d bet he still got a heat injury, heat exhaustion or heat stroke for example. And that shit affects you for life.

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u/texan_dabber Aug 13 '22

Yup it destroys your kidneys

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u/superfucky Aug 13 '22

there's absolutely no information on the kid's condition and i'm A WRECK I NEED TO KNOW IF SHE'S OKAY

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u/hannamarinsgrandma Aug 13 '22

Let’s just hope that they don’t get the kid back after just a half ass apology.

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u/stop_being_ugly Aug 13 '22

What happens to those groceries?

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u/oderint-dum-metuant Aug 13 '22

Cops will probably leave it with the vehicle when it gets impounded as part of their property since it was in their possession at the time of their arrest

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u/capo4ever88 Aug 13 '22

I hope it's a lot of milk and ice cream in there

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u/giorgio_tsoukalos_ Aug 13 '22

You know there was

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u/LadyBug_0570 Aug 13 '22

And eggs.

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u/Fatpatty1211 Aug 13 '22

I used to work at a junk yard and impounded cars with groceries left in them were something else.

Sometimes there'd be ground beef that had sat for weeks or more and turned to rancid liquid as it decomposed. It soaked through seats and carpets.

We tried to dump all the cologne and perfume we found cleaning out the other cars, and then left it to air out for about a week before anyone could touch it.

Ah, memories.

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u/boatsnprose Aug 13 '22

The ONE FUCKING TIME cops should seize property they're like "Nah, let's see how smelly it gets."

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u/Delta5o1 Aug 13 '22

Only thing that came up missing was the donuts.

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u/Kelemvore2265 Aug 13 '22

THANK YOU! Thought I was the only one wondering. Like I NEED to know. Lol so many questions…

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u/PrimaryYou400 Aug 13 '22

I went to jail right after arriving home from shopping and one of the cops were nice enough to let me call someone n have them put my food away otherwise it would've sat in my truck

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u/tigm2161130 Aug 13 '22

It’s nice to hear about cops being decent human beings.

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u/PrimaryYou400 Aug 13 '22

Well I was going to jail because my ex lied aboutnme sending her emails I never sent so he felt bad he had to take me to jail. I had a non contact order in place and she claimed I threatened her through email. I go to court 4 days later and the judge said you're free to go, there are no emails but I was on probation at the time and my po hit me with a detainer so I sat in jail for 2 months. I seen the judge that out me on probation and she yelled at my po for detaining me when I didn't do anything and I was released from jail the next day. Unfortunately the damage had already been done. I was evicted for not paying rent and I lost my dogs and all my belongings. I was homeless for two years waiting for to get approved for disability, I ended up with social security and then the pandemic hit and my life really went downhill

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u/Prince_Jellyfish111 Aug 13 '22

It takes a village… to shame.

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u/ViolentSarcasm Aug 13 '22

It would be nice to actually see the video. But fuck it I’ll just stare at this stupid text box

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u/Awholelottasass Aug 13 '22

As if this wasn't bad enough she is pregnant with another child. I've heard of women forgetting their baby for maybe a minute but 30 minutes or more?

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u/azemilyann26 Aug 13 '22

They didn't forget. This was intentional.

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u/chrizzafer Aug 13 '22

According to the National Weather Service the temperature inside a vehicle will reach 100 degrees in 25 minutes when the outside temperature is just 73 degrees.

If the outside temperature is 100 degrees, in 40 minutes the car temperature will rise 88%. 44% of that increase is within the first ten minutes.

According to this info, after 45 minutes that car was anywhere from 133-136 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the car reaches 107 degrees an average infants core body temperature will climb to 104 and they will die.

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u/Parkyguy Aug 13 '22

I was always taught to smash a window,Then call 9/11.

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u/PatMenotaur Aug 13 '22

Yep. I’ll take responsibility for any incurred fees. I’m gettin that kid.

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u/Em42 Aug 14 '22

I've actually done so. It might not be ok everywhere, but if you live somewhere hot anyways, that's the preferred route. They don't want kids left in hot cars to die. I was congratulated by the police for my quick thinking on getting a baby out of a car and into the AC inside.

I worked at a grocery at the time, and saw this little baby no more than six months old in the back seat of a car when I was getting carts from outside. We even put a call over the loudspeaker, and waited about 10 minutes while I watched the poor thing to make sure it didn't look like it was in distress (if it had started to look worse I'd have just gotten it out). When no one came to claim their baby, I broke the front window out, opened the back door (setting off the car alarm which still didn't bring anyone out) took the baby inside the store, and waited with the baby inside the office until the police and CPS arrived.

The police got there about 20 minutes later, asked me some questions, like where did I get the baby? Someone else took them out and showed them the car, and pointed out the obvious absence of a parent. Then someone from CPS arrived about half an hour after that. Maybe 20 minutes after CPS got there, this lady came into the store screeching about how her car had been broken into and someone had kidnapped her baby. Then the police went over and explained to her why she was being arrested, and CPS took custody of her baby. Really cute sweet little baby too, I don't wtf is wrong with some people. She obviously knew the baby was there, because she thought it had been kidnapped, smh.

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u/Em42 Aug 13 '22

I live in Miami, I'd have been the first person to smash the front window out while waiting on the police (I did once when I worked at a grocery store and no one would come to the front and claim their damn kid from their car, we put it out on the loudspeaker, I waited 10 minutes and then smashed the window out and took that baby inside to wait for the police). You just don't leave kids or animals in a hot car.

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u/misterperiodtee Aug 13 '22

Yeah, but the kid may have a gun and choose to stand their ground.

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u/rhamled Aug 13 '22

Nice catch - Florida

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u/ChimpanzA_2_ChimpanZ Aug 13 '22

They're lucky they got taken away in cuffs instead of a stretcher.

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u/DesertTiger26 Aug 13 '22

Cops actually saved those 2 from getting the neighborhood justice

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u/louman43 Aug 13 '22

Fuck I love it when the community comes together

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u/widowwarmer1 Aug 13 '22

Lock their asses up in a hot car and jail them too.

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u/Jezebels_lipstick Aug 13 '22

I wouldn’t leave my CELL PHONE in the car!

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u/LadyBug_0570 Aug 13 '22

Bet they didn't either.

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u/haidreaux Aug 13 '22

Two fucking adults and one couldn’t carry the baby while the other shops? Pure laziness.

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u/Zzzizzza7 Aug 13 '22

This!!! Usually people use the excuse of I wanted to run in and grab something. But two adults went in and left a child behind??

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u/Em42 Aug 14 '22

Or with a new baby you're so sleep deprived you're forgetting shit left and right and horribly sometimes a baby can fall asleep and be quiet and be one of those things you forget. Those parents are forever haunted. But two people forgetting is something I just don't believe.

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u/hurtcabbage Aug 13 '22

Someone ppl do not deserve a children. Who the fuck left a baby in a car alone.

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u/Engineer_92 Aug 14 '22

This is awful. I’m 30 now, but I still remember being 5-6 years old and stuck in a hot vehicle with my 3 year old sister. My aunt went into the post office and got stuck in line. My sister and I were crying our eyes out because it was so hot. Luckily, our baby sitter just so happened to show up at the post office. I figured out how to get out of the car and went inside, drenched in sweat. I still remember clear as day talking to my aunt and asking if we could leave the hot car and go with the babysitter. I honestly dont know what would’ve happened if she didn’t show up.

That shit was traumatizing as fuck.

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u/Shadowjesus1 Aug 13 '22

Some of y’all were left in a hot ass car as a baby and it shows

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u/ThrillHo3340 Aug 13 '22

This happened in a city in Ontario

Except she left her kid in a car all day, no one came and it was too late

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u/finsfurandfeathers Aug 14 '22

It’s happened in a lot of places unfortunately

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u/Pavly28 Aug 13 '22

Not neglect, its torture and abuse. Its my worst nightmare forgetting my kid in the back seat, on a hot or cold day.

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u/Dankie69 Aug 13 '22

Is thereca version with a bigger text cloud?

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u/OpportunityNo2544 Aug 13 '22

We are all trapped in god’s hot car

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u/revmachine21 Aug 13 '22

thing that is most appalling, it's not like a single mom juggling 82 things and just didn't have a spare hand / brain to deal with baby, there are TWO fully functional adults that could have split, oh I don't know, shopping and baby holding?

both are just assholes

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

So why is it we dont punish these assholes by putting them in a locked hot car for a couple of hours?

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u/Dwight- Aug 13 '22

There was a judge who made a woman involved in an animal cruelty case sit at a local dumpster place for her sentence.

Eye for an eye is the only punishment that works for people with no respect or empathy for others.

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u/abanabee Aug 13 '22

"Can I have their waters?" Hehe. I like that guy.

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u/HORSEDICK_RAW Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

Fucking good they went to jail. You never know with people. It’s one thing for one person to forget a kid but it’s completely different for TWO people together to forget a kid in a car.

It may have even been premeditated. I hate saying that but some people can’t handle kids. Some people abuse kids. You never know, and to spend so much time filling up a whole cart with groceries? Yeah I don’t like the situation. They could have even been hoping that the child was dead when they got back, that way they could pretend to be devastated and child free life again. I hope they get the children to a family who cares.

The last relationship I was in was with a woman with 4 children. I still to this day love this kids and would do anything for them. There’s absolutely no way I would leave any one of them in a car by themselves. If you don’t want to be a parent then give the kids up for adoption. Don’t try to come up with a scheme to get rid of them in one of the most cruel ways possible.

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u/HatesTheLetterO Aug 13 '22

As a parent, I just can't understand an individual leaving a child in a car.

It's just reckless as fuck.

I take my kids with me every time, even if I'm just getting a single item.

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u/Arliss_Loveless Aug 13 '22

It's often legitimately a complete accident. Like it just slips the parent's mind that their kid is back there. And it can happen to anyone, not just shitty neglectful parents.

But with two people like in this case, it's a lot less likely that this was an accident and more likely to be willful neglect.

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u/monkeybojangles Aug 13 '22

When you're a new parent you are often a zombie. Driving and the kid falls asleep, you just forget they're there. That's why they have PSAs about always checking the back seat to make it a habit.

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u/Throwaway00000000028 Aug 13 '22

It doesn't even make sense. There's two of you. Why would you BOTH leave?!

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u/iiElysiumx Aug 14 '22

Thank fuck someone noticed and I imagine smashed the window. Apparently when a kid is in a hot car the car becomes a microwave and basically cooks the kid from the inside out

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u/RedmannBarry Aug 13 '22

Man what a waste of groceries

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u/GoingNutCracken Aug 13 '22

If they did this, you gotta wonder how many are at home that shouldn’t be alone.

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u/lmatier01 Aug 14 '22

LMAOO SWEET JUSTICE. Sooo good that they immediately got arrested upon returning to the car. And the bystanders even made them walk through a little “tunnel of shame” 😂

They don’t deserve children. Hope their baby ends up in a better home

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u/Taco_ivore Aug 13 '22

I’m so glad to see all these angry people around them. Clearly their behavior is not okay and they need to face the consequences of their actions. i’m sure this is not the first time they’ve done some thing like this, just the first time they have gotten caught. Hopefully all their kids get placed in a better home.

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u/Silver-Necessary-442 Aug 13 '22

I wonder what was their excuse

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u/satufatu Aug 13 '22

Me too…

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u/futfann Aug 13 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Please add more words and emjois to the video so everything is blocked.

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u/natalyy17 Aug 13 '22

Can i have they waters😂😂😭

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u/0OOO00000OO00O0O0OOO Aug 13 '22

I read about a guy who usually doesn't leave the kids for daycare. He put the kid in to the car and the kid fell asleep so he/she didn't make any noise when he was driving. He was distracted and tired so he forgot to drive to kindergarten. He went directly to work and parked in the parking lot. The kid died in the heat.

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u/HamburgHambone Aug 13 '22

Yeah, that one is horrific.

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u/brucekaiju Aug 13 '22

dumb fucken cunts enjoy prison

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u/GrandConsequences Aug 13 '22

So did they let him have the water? He's a good narrator, give him their water.

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u/Ryansahl Aug 13 '22

I’d be going to jail for assault if I had been there.

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u/abevigodasmells Aug 14 '22

They should be ecstatic they're not facing murder charges.

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u/supersteph13 Aug 14 '22

There are TWO people. Like one can hold the kid while they shop? Like tf????

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u/Phatfatty91 Aug 14 '22

Why do people continually pop out kids they really don't want to be bothered with?! TIE THOSE GARBAGE ASS TUBES!!!

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u/YESKAMARADA Aug 14 '22

And that’s another reason why birth control should exist

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u/Acidrien Aug 14 '22

Leaving a pet in the car is bad enough, then these bitches go and leave a fucking baby?

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u/SashiGarami Aug 13 '22

I wonder who got to keep their groceries.

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u/Sauteedmushroom2 Aug 13 '22

I hope the crowd got the divvy them up. Happy cake day!

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u/selfishcabbage Aug 13 '22

Even if it wasn’t hot leaving a baby in a car is an unbelievably stupid thing to do

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u/RageforBreakfast Aug 13 '22

Still blows me away that this was illegal the whole time I grew up in fostercare. Sat in so many smoke filled, boiling hot cars and trucks. All from one family.

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u/fenderlou Aug 13 '22

I’m truly sorry that happened to you

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u/Dazzling_Candidate51 Aug 13 '22

What happens to the groceries in this situation.

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u/coolcalmjavi Aug 13 '22

Looks like INGLEWOOD CA

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u/zekeman76 Aug 13 '22

I hope they arrested BOTH of those bitches.

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u/becausenope Aug 13 '22

My car lets me lock it and walk away while it's on (so you can maintain the temp with the AC) but even with that feature I cannot even comprehend leaving a baby, alone, in a car...alone. baby. alone. ALONE. I don't care if it's a quick grab of 1 item or like she had with a full flippin cart-- under NO circumstance do you leave an infant, alone, in a car. The list of preventable accidents by never leaving a baby/young child alone in a car more than makes up for any minor inconvenience.

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u/quirkycurlygirly Aug 13 '22

Nowadays grocery stores have carts that a car seat can hook onto or a built in baby carrier in the cart.

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u/LonelyCakeEater Aug 13 '22

Looks like the shopping center at Crenshaw and Imperial. I need to get a life.

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u/throwawayhyperbeam Aug 13 '22

Was this title written by a 13 year-old?

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u/Hanginon Aug 13 '22

Could the one filming talk even more and louder, and maybe put even more overlay on the video so nothing at all can be either seen or heard?

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u/remixmaxs Aug 13 '22

Uhh shake video less plz

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u/NathanBlogger_YT Aug 13 '22

I hope they rot in prison for 100000x how long that kid was left in that car. Disgusting people treating a child like its not a human because its young.

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u/frygdxhmnb688 Aug 14 '22

I can’t even breathe in the car after a minute, how do people do stuff like this still?

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u/Scoobyhitsharder Aug 14 '22

I’m never going to comprehend the idea of leaving your ANYTHING with a heartbeat in a car. Doesn’t matter if it’s 0 or 100 degrees. Hell, I bring my laptop bag if it’s too hot outside. Take that kid away, lock them up for life. You can’t teach stupid people.

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u/thriftykwak Aug 14 '22

I worked as a mall cop for a few years when I was around 20 years old. I was the one who found 3 kids in a car one day when it was about 95 degrees. Their ages were 6 months, 2, and 6. I only barely noticed the kids through the cars dark tint The only window open was the sunroof which was cracked open about enough for a finger to fit through. Mall cameras put the kids in the car for 2.5 hours at that point. Car was left unlocked and I got the kids outs and in the security vehicle ac. Country sherif comes and we got ambulance. The youngest was super dehydrated and the medic told us she might have died if we hadn’t found her when we did. The mother doesn’t return to her car for another 2 hours.

When she arrives she explains she was there for a job interview. Later we pull camera footage of her going about inside the mall. She got her hair and nails done, ate lunch, shopped at express and got a ducking auntie Anne’s pretzel.

She was charged with 3 counts child endangerment and bunch of other stuff. I had to be a witness at the court date to describe the condition of the kids and such when I found them. During the hearing she straight up told the judge she needed a light sentence cause her kids and the baby she was pregnant with needed a mom, despite the fact she hadn’t had any contact or custody in a year since the incident. She was sentenced to 6 years, 2 for each kid. She likely would haven’t gotten off was it not she had several previous issues with cps and a few other arrests.

I now have 4 kids of my own and can’t imagine being like that to my kids.

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u/Kalles240 Aug 14 '22

I feel sorry for those pants

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u/StarConsumate Aug 14 '22

“Can I have they waters?” Fucking got me

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u/MissionMission1948 Aug 14 '22

The "narrator" is a moron.

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u/Status_Drink4540 Aug 14 '22

When you put huge words and big paragraphs on the videos, we can’t see them. Stop this practice ASAP!!!

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u/TheCornrOfGreySt Aug 14 '22

Yeah that really annoyed me i was like wtf we cant even see the video

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u/longhegrindilemna Aug 14 '22

Just struck me.

Real world Americans have a very poor grasp of english grammar, compared to American sitcoms and American movies.

It’s a totally distorted portrayal of America.