Babysitter found for abusing little boy in Dak Nong (Video)

Created 28 December 2017
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A babysitter in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has been found for mistreating a two-year-old local boy.

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Her actions were revealed in a video clip posted on by a Facebook user on December 26, attracting over 220,000 views, nearly 5,000 shares and thousands of comments.  

According to the video, while washing for the boy, the woman poked the boy’s penis with a wooden stick and used her hands to strongly beat his head, causing him to cry loudly.

The little boy in the clip was identified as the son of Do Dac Duong in Dak Wer Commune, Dak R’lap District. 

Duong said that his family sent the boy to the unnamed woman in the clip since August 2016 for VND1 million (USD46) per month. She often looks after around 10 children. 

He said that his family were really shocked to see the clip. He informed the local authorities of the case.  

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The woman poked the boy’s penis with a wooden stick (photo taken from the clip)

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The case has been reported to local authorities

Source: dtinews - Bridge

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