Dad Gets Stuck In South Korea After Child Drew All Over His Passport

Child draws all over Dads passport

Hilarious! A four-year-old boy landed his dad in trouble after he designed dad’s passport with his artistic skills. The little boy did justice to his dad’s passport  during a recent family trip to South Korea, where he took to the back page of his dad’s Chinese passport with a black pen and drew some really nice pictures of people, animals, and also added nice hair to his dad’s face.

Trouble began when his Dad got stuck in South Korea because of his unrecognisable documentation, and authorities have warned it is likely he won’t be able to travel home with his son, and the rest of his family.

The original picture alongside a plea for help. was posted on social networking site called  Weibo by the father, who is known only as Chen.

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Man Beats 12 yr Old Relative To Death, While Another Beats Own Son To Death

 

This man is the perpetrator who killed a young relative for 1,000 naira

This man named Paul Obiefule, is the perpetrator who killed a young relative for 1,000 naira

Man Beats 12 yr Old Relative To Death, While Another Beat Son To Death, Both For stealing N1,000.

We often criticise the oyibos for imposing the law that children should not be hit by their parents or guardians. In just one week, 3 children have died in Nigeria for alleged stealing and 2 of the kids accused of stealing #1,000? And then it cost them their lives by cruel people who were meant to protect them? This is just poverty mentality…people are too poor that they kill their kids for mere food and little money. Gosh!!! What is the best strategy to eradicate poverty in NIGERIA?….I bet it’s time for tougher sanctions to be put in place for child murderers.

These idiots need to learn that you can punish a child without hitting them. Don’t beat a child in anger cos you might end up harming them and even kill them.

Read full report below as reported by Vanguard……

hock and disbelief could best describe the expression on the faces of residents of Omitola street in Agege area of Lagos, when Saturday Vanguard visited Thursday , to ascertain the circumstance that led to the death of a 12-year-old boy.

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