The Worst Parenting Stories Ever
Pathetic parenting has taken a new turn. You don't like your kids, sell them. Have no babysitter, leave your kids in the car. Desperate for that vacay, pawn your kids off –not to a relative, but to a stranger. Forever. Take a look at some of the craziest exchanges parents tried and/or did in their children expense to satisfy their vices.
According to Sanxiang City News--a southern Chinese news agency--a young chinese couple Li Lin and Li Juan sold their three children off to continue their video game addiction. The first child for $4,600, the second for $500, and the third for $4600.
Well we know which child was the least favorite in the family.
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Brittany Harris was arrested Sunday (July 14) after leaving her two children–ages 3 and 5–in the car while she attended and later went backstage at the America's Most Wanted concert.
The issue isn't that she left her children in the car but that she didn't even think to get her kids backstage passes.
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Bridget Wismer's from New Castle, Delaware sold her newborn son to a John Gavaghn of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for $15,000 in order to afford to take her other two sons to Disney World.
Because three's a crowd at Disney World.
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Saud Bin Nasser Al Shahry tried to sell his young son for $20 million dollars on Facebook to avoid living in poverty, according to The Daily Mail.
Because trying his luck with the lottery is so last year.
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In New Zealand, a mother left her newborn in the car in the Pak 'n Save parking lot while she did her shopping. She was responsible enough to leave a note on top of her asleep baby, "My mum's in doing the shopping, call her if I need anything [phone number]" in case something went wrong.
At least she left a note so we know it was not by accident she left her son, but on purpose.
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Onyekachi Ekwelum sold his six-month-old son to pay for his visa without consent of his wife.
The authorities were able to track down and get his wife their son back but it's safe to say Onyekachi and his son won't be having father-son bonding time, EVER.
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A couple via Craigslist offered to give anyone permission to name their first born son in exchange for Superbowl tickets.
We aren't sure if they were successful in their endeavors but the names "Hike, Punt, Patriots, Brady, Giant" would suffice due to the circumstances.
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