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We all have irrational fears and phobias, whether it be for spiders, clowns, and so forth. One poor little girl in the Philippines cried her eyes out and ducked in fear of seeing the Jollibee mascot, in fact!

Now, another little kid is reminding us of when we were younger and afraid of injections.

Nur Izzaty Mohammad took to the KamI dAk2 pEkan PaHanG Facebook group to showcase a little kid from Pekan, Pahang who ran all the way home from school after he had found out that they were giving out injections that day.

Ada ke anak orang pekan yang lari dari sekolah sebab takot kena cucuk ? Cikgu dan guard kejar sampai rumah weh😂😂😂 basikal siapa ntah anak sedara aku rembat weh . Meh kongsi cerita pengalaman korang weh 👇

Posted by Nur Izzaty Mohammad on Isnin, 7 Oktober 2019

Nur Izzaty wrote, “Are there Pekan born kids who ran away from school because of the fear of injections? Teachers and the guard ran after him all the way to his house. Don’t know whose child’s bicycle he grabbed. Come, share your experiences.”

In the video, the teachers can be heard coaxing the boy to unlock and open the house door by telling him they won’t give him the injection, but they ultimately fail as the poor little boy cries, shakes his head and walks into the house, but not before letting out a final ‘no!’.

We hope the little boy eventually gets the injection, probably while in the arms of his mother or father, especially if it’s a vaccine. We also hope he didn’t get into trouble for running out of school and seemingly skipping classes for the rest of the day considering he locked himself in his home.

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A former student of Sultan Mahmud Science Secondary School (SESMA), who suffered a permanent hearing disability from being bullied four years ago, was awarded a whopping RM616,634 in damages

According to New Straits Times, the Kuala Terengganu High Court found nine parties, including five former SESMA students, guilty of bullying the then 14-year-old yesterday, 29 September.

The boy, now aged 17, had filed a RM2 million claim against five of his bullies who are now 21 years old, for punitive and aggravated damages

He also named the school’s senior assistant of student affairs, the former principal, the Director-General of the Ministry of Education Malaysia, and the Malaysian government as defendants.

In his judgement, High Court judge Datuk Zainal Azman Ab Aziz said the incident showed that the school was negligent in allowing the bullying to happen

“The act was planned and took place in the chief prefect’s dorm room, not the side of a drain or a sidewalk,” he said.

He continued, “The warden’s roster was well organised, but it is useless if the duty is not carried out. It is better to resign and become a regular teacher.

“For the sixth (the senior assistant) and seventh defendant (the principal), they were also seen as negligent in carrying out their responsibilities, especially in ensuring the welfare and safety of school students.”

The incident happened on 26 April 2015, where the victim was kicked and slapped by the then-Form Five students

As a result, the boy ruptured his eardrum and can no longer engage in water-based activities, reported Malaysiakini.

The boy also suffered depression from the bullying and eventually transferred to another school in July 2015.

The boy’s mother Rusaila Abdullah, 43, said she is thankful for the court’s decision.

“We are not after money but justice for our son who until today is still traumatised and has lost his hearing due to the bullying,” she said.

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A 6-year-old boy recently made the news after he lodged a police report about his parents’ very violent argument that turned physical.

According to See Hua Daily, this incident occurred in Zhejiang, China, when the boy’s father went home drunk one night. He asked his wife to hand her phone to him so he could “check”, but she deliberately refused, resulting in an intense argument between the two of them.

The argument quickly escalated into a physical abuse when the drunk man began strangling his wife. WTF.

His wife did not back down as she picked up a hairdryer from the desk and hurled it at him. Their poor son witnessed the entire process without them realising (or caring for that matter), and he quickly ran out of his home to get help from the police. We assume that he ran to the nearest police station.

Yangyang, the boy, did so because he recalled that his kindergarten teacher told him to get help from the police whenever danger arises. He told the police,

“My dad started it (the physical attack) first. He was drunk when he asked to see my mum’s phone. But because mum didn’t want to, he hit her.”

The boy also mentioned that one of his parents bled from the fight, although the details weren’t reported.

The police officer then followed Yangyang home, and lo and behold, the couple was STILL FIGHTING. This means they weren’t even aware that their 6-year-old son ran away from home! The police gave the couple a stern warning, and they apologised to each other in the end.

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The family of a 5-year-old boy who was killed in June by a glass window that fell from an apartment building in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, has received 2 million yuan (S$392,000) in compensation, according to a local media report.

The compensation was paid jointly. The owner of the apartment paid 1.8 million yuan, and the tenant who lived in it gave 200,000 yuan, a report by Shenzhen Television said.

The boy was hit by a falling glass window from a 20th-floor apartment in Shenzhen on June 13 while he was on the way to kindergarten with his mother.

He died three days later after treatment in hospital.

The parents of the boy had previously asked for 5 million yuan in compensation, local reports said.

Chinese internet users said better inspections should be carried out to avoid such incidents.

“Two million yuan cannot buy a complete family. No matter how much money is paid, you cannot save a life. Hope this will not happen again,” said a user named Menghuanxiaomini on popular microblogging site Sina Weibo.

“I hope property management companies can arrange for regular inspections and maintenance of windows and other stuff in residential communities,” said another Weibo user named Togethercoffee-Yang.

Zhang Yan, head of the property management division at Shenzhen Housing and Construction Bureau, said his department is preparing to launch initiatives calling on owners’ committees of residential communities to add content about falling objects into their management conventions.

Yang Qin, a deputy to the Shenzhen municipal people’s congress, said Shenzhen is making amendments to its real estate management regulation. “We will strongly recommend putting terms about falling objects into it,” he said.

The subject of falling objects, as well as objects thrown from heights, has caused widespread concern after reports of several incidents that occurred within a month recently.

On June 19 in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, a 10-year-old girl was injured by objects thrown from a building by an 8-year-old boy who lives there.

Also in Jiangsu, a 4-year-old boy was killed by falling glass weighing 100 kilograms on June 5.

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10yo Boy Found 11 Actual Dinosaur Eggs

July 29, 2019 | Viral | No Comments

Zhang Yangzhe happened to have stumbled upon a nest of fossilised dinosaur eggs while he was searching for a tool to crack open some walnuts.

Apparently, he saw a “strange stone” in the ground when he played by the Dong River in Heyuan, Guangdong Province. He noticed how the stone had “circles” on the surface, and showed them to his mother.

According to Lad Bible, the boy initially thought the peculiar circles on the stone were cement, but then realised the surface looked like exactly like the pattern of a dinosaur eggshell.

FYI, Zhang is really interested in science and dinosaurs. He had seen fossilised dinosaur eggs in the museum previously which explains his familiarity with them.

“I have learned this knowledge in books and in the cultural corridor of my school. I have seen it in museums. Different dinosaur eggs have different shapes.”

His mother, Li, decided to call the authorities to examine the site. Experts from Heyuan Dinosaur Museum confirmed that the “stone” was indeed a nest of ELEVEN dinosaur eggs and promptly excavated the site. The eggs were about 9cm in length.

After excavating and investigating, it’s been confirmed that the dinosaur eggs came from the Cretaceous period (right before dinosaurs went extinct). This means the nest of eggs were 66 MILLION years old.

It’s said that Heyuan is China’s “home of dinosaurs” because a total of 43 fossilised eggs had been found in that city alone!

Heyuan Dinosaur Museum claimed that they have more than 10,000 eggs, a.k.a the most extensive collection of dino eggs in the world. Wow, we’re super tempted to pay a visit to that museum rn.

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13yo Boy in Miri Being Beaten by 5 Boys

July 17, 2019 | Viral | No Comments

The police are investigating a bullying case which involves a few teenagers and a 13-year-old male victim. The incident happened on 8th July in Miri, Sarawak, reported Utusan Borneo.

The investigation started when the victim’s father made a police report on Monday that his child was beaten up by five teens in his high school. Following that, the young boy was sent to Hospital Miri for treatment.

A video of the victim getting beaten by five students has gone viral on social media.

The Chief Police of the Miri District, ACP Lim Meng Seah, said that the victim was believed to have been punched and kicked by a group of five teenagers on 8th July. One of the bullies was from the same high school that the victim attended.

The Chief Police added that the victim’s father filed a report after discovering from his son that the video of him getting bullied was being spread on WhatsApp.

Posted by Info Kemalangan Jalan Raya on Isnin, 15 Julai 2019

In the video, it looks like the boy is getting beat up in a classroom. The cries of pain from the boy can be heard as the bullies kick and punch him. The poor boy fell to the floor because of the assault.

The victim was at first afraid to make any reports because he was threatened by the suspects.

The police are now investigating the case under Section 147 of the Penal Code and the possible sentences are a maximum of two years jail time or a fine, or both.

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Today, we found out, as shared by Jei FM II in Facebook video not for the faint-hearted. A boy, who looks like he could be 12 or 13-years old, can be seen sitting at the very edge of the ledge outside a window, considerably high up in a condominium in Sengkang West, Singapore. After what looked like a slight misstep, he slipped off the ledge and fell to the ground below.

Thank goodness for the firemen, because an inflatable jump cushion had already been set up, which broke the boy’s fall and saved his life.

But the reason, as to why the boy was on the ledge in the first place? He was angry that his parents had confiscated his phone and iPad.

Which now begs the question, why are kids so attached to their technological devices? 

Sure, technology was created to ease certain aspects of daily life, but not all. There are parts of life that technology should not interfere with, and that is the interaction between parent and child.

Working parents utilise mobile phones and tablets to entertain their kids so that they can get other household/work related things done. This however isn’t the best way, as many children end up very attached to their electronic devices as a substitute for their parents who are too busy.

Hence, losing these devices may very well be similar to losing a companion to kids and may cause them to take drastic measures in order to get their electronics back.

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The police are usually called to investigate murders, abductions and more. You won’t believe what the police department had to inspect when they were dispatched to this crime scene in Jakarta.

The Depok Police Department sent their Jaguar Team, a primary unit that combats street crime, to catch and admonish a 13-year-old boy, The Jakarta Post reported.

The young boy, named A, dressed up as a ‘toyol’ and planned to scare the local people in Beji while filming the prank for a YouTube channel.

A and his partners in crime were caught red-handed when they were filming the prank.

According to the Jaguar Team chief First Insp. Winam Agus, A’s three or four friends were 50 metres away from A as they were filming him.

A was only wearing short pants and his body was covered in white powder.

He ran away when the policemen came near him and hid behind a bush. Unfortunately, his whole body was white and that gave away his hiding spot.

Obviously frightened by his predicament, A told the police that he had only intended to make a video with his friends. Luckily, the police only reprimanded him to not repeat the behaviour, and he was led home by some of the other residents.Sometimes, pranks can go terribly wrong and it’s not all the time that the authorities are lenient. So kids, please think twice before you’re planning the next prank!

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BEAUFORT – A teenage boy was found dead in his bedroom at the third floor of a shoplot in Lo Chung Park here, hours after he was allegedly scolded by his older sister for skipping school.

District police chief Deputy Supt Azmir Abdul Razak said a report was received on the discovery at about 1.50pm on Monday (July 8).

“The police went to the scene at around 2.05pm. By the time they arrived, the body of the 15-year-old was already placed in the living room.

“An ambulance was also at the scene. Further investigations showed that the victim had died from hanging himself,” he said.

DSP Azmir added that investigations revealed that his 51-year-old mother left for work at approximately 6.40am, and his younger brother went to school.

“He was left at home with his older sister. Before leaving for work, she told him off for playing truant.

“His brother came home at about 1.30pm and found him hanging from the ceiling in the bedroom.

“He untied the rope around the victim’s neck and immediately contacted his mother,” he said.

According to DSP Azmir, it is believed that the incident was caused by the scolding that the deceased got from his sister.

The body was sent to Hospital Beaufort for a post-mortem.

The case has been classified as sudden death.

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Imagine being locked out of your car by your kid so that little rascal can play with your handphone in peace?

That’s exactly what happened to a mother in Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

She was locked out of her car by her toddler who didn’t want to be disturbed while he was playing with his mother’s smartphone, reported Malay Mail.

The boy was afraid of having the gadget taken away, so he decided to hide in the car and locked it from inside

The mother had to call for assistance after he ignored her requests to let her in.

The Fire and Rescue Department were called to break into the car to rescue her son.

According to Malay Mail, the child was rescued safely.

However, during the “rescue”, the boy was intently glued to the handphone’s screen, unperturbed with whatever the firemen were trying to do to get inside the car.

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