Monday, November 08, 2010

Left With A Complete Stranger.

A mother left her six year old son with a complete stranger on board a bus which was stopped by police so they could arrest her for shoplifting items from the local pharmacy. The mother was seen boarding the bus with two children but only had one child with her when she was arrested.

The police and the mother both failed in their duty to protect both children by allowing her six year son to be handed over to a complete stranger on board the bus therefore endangering the child's safety and welfare, who knows what the complete stranger would have done with him. Both mother and the police should be condemned for their actions or lack of them.

It was a happy ending though because the mother gave the complete stranger her son's mates address and asked that he be dropped off there. He was dropped off at his mates place to relief of his mother and police when they went to pick him up, he was unharmed, very lucky indeed.
(c) 2010 Windsmoke.


The lady in Red said...

Good happy end,
Best wishes,

Life Ramblings said...

Good thing he's in good hands now. hope you have a wonderful week.

Dave King said...

Yes, agreed, a happy en ding, but it could have been so different.

Ann said...

This weekend, a two year old kid was found outside a Mc Donalds. It took two days for the mum to claim the kids. Have to watch the news in ten minutes.

Re: The evacuation sign was at another Mall, not the one at St Lukes.

Ann said...

The police needs to be sack. Todays news, Police finds these teenagers. About time, they stop the street kids.

Cloudia said...


Aloha from Waikiki :)

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Lyn said...

Fate's funny..and sometime's kind..what a chancy world..and bless the children!

Windsmoke. said...

G' DAY, THE LADY IN RED, DAVE KING AND LIFE RAMBLINGS, It was a happy ending thankfully and that nothing untoward happened.

G' DAY, CLOUDIA AND ANN, Always fantastic to hear from the both of you.

G' DAY LYN, Yes agreed, bless the children and welcome to my humble blog and i hope to hear from you in the future.

Ann said...

did your grand dad on both side fight in the war. Boys as young as 19 went volunteerily. When I was growing up in Borneo, we had Aussie and NZ man fighting there. They taught our boys to play rugby. The field was two hundred yards from us. We went to ogle at the handsome white soldiers LOl I was 8.