Oh for crying out loud. A woman decided to dangle her two year old kid over the cheetah enclosure at a Cleveland zoo (what could possibly go wrong?). Whoopsie…he slipped. The child kaboomed 12ft to the bottom of the pit where the cheetahs just stared. Meanwhile, the horrified parents did the super hero act by jumping in for a rescue. In a kind “what now” scenerio the family waited to be rescued by head shaking staff. Zoo officials said the cheetahs didn’t attack because the whole episode scared the bejezzus out of them.
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Ewh, ewh, ewh, a 2 year old girl at a Geraldton Maccas in Western Australia allegedly walked in from the playground chewing on a used condom. Her horrified father grabbed the child and washed her hands and mouth with soap (dear god, not in those toilets and not with their soap, she might catch som….ah never mind!!!). Evidently when he expressed his disgust to a junior manager he was told it was the second condom found in the playground that day. Sheez, it’s enough to put you off your fries. And why was a 2 year old left unsupervised in the playground again?
Want sauce with that? Hmm, I didn’t think so!
Well, the NRA will be well pleased. A Phoenix woman tried to swap her two year old daughter for a gun. Tanya Nareau told the man he would probably do a better job of raising the girl than she would and besides she was prohibited by law from owning a gun so it was pretty much a win/win deal. Oh well that’s a unlawful sale of a child charge, which probably means she will be prohibited from owning a kid too now!
Psst Geez, I hope it was a really nice firearm at least!
Nanny State police say they had no choice but to investigate an attack on a car despite the perpetrator being 2 years old. The neighbors had rung police complaining that the toddler had deliberately hit their car with a tree branch. Even though the police from Trowbridge listed the girl as a suspect she was too young to be interviewed, let alone charged. That should look good on her resume!
Psst Come on people, toddlers can do marvels with a sharp stick or a key!