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VIRAL: Parents leave baby locked inside car

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Jul. 09, 18 | 12:01 pm

A video of a baby locked inside a heavily tinted car by his Filipino parents has infuriated many netizens.

As seen in a video posted on Facebook by Jasper Pascual on July 8, the young boy cries for help to get out as he knocks on the car windows.

“[P]auwi na ako from Metrowalk and I was parked beside this Toyota Fortuner, nang mapansin ko na may parang umiiyak na bata. Heavily tinted yung car niya so di ko mapansin if may kasama siya or wala,” Pascual said in his post.

The netizen added that before he got in his own car, he decided to check out the vehicle parked next to his and noticed that the boy, approximately two years old, was alone and was crying for help.

What troubled Pascual was the fact that the car’s engine was turned off that could suffocate inside.

“Sa dilim ng parking area ng Metrowalk, maiisip mo ba na may baby sa loob ng kotse na walang kasama? Doon na ako nagtawag ng guard para hanapin ang mga magaling na magulang ng batang ito na nagwawalwal lang sa Metrowalk,” he continued.

Pascual narrated that he asked security guards for help to find the parents of the child. He said that it took some more minutes before they were able to locate them.

“Sa mga magulang diyan, kung magwawalwal kayo isama niyo [ang] bata. Di na kayo mga bata. Maging responsable naman kayo. Tumatanda kayo ng paurong!” he said.

“Naiisip niyo ba ang possibility na mamatay ‘to? Naiisip niyo ba na yung mga Basag-Kotse gang binabasag salamin ng kotse para kunin yung mga bag na nasa loob or anything na valuable? Two years old pa kaya na bata na pwede ring ibenta?” the netizen explained.

Pascual’s video immediately went viral. After just a few hours of posting, it already gained millions of views and almost 200,000 shares.

Watch the full video below. Warning: Explicit language

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