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Bad Parent Sighting: “Not my responsibility, mate”

8 YEAR OLD BOYS CAUGHT ATTEMPTING TO START FIRE IN EAST MAITLAND

Two child firebugs, both eight, caught in Newcastle

Eight-year-old boys caught trying to light a bushfire

We haven’t had a Bad Parent Sighting for a while. I also like to call them the alliterative term “Piss Poor Parenting”. This one was seen in the newspaper and on the news, making excuses to try to absolve himself of parental duty.

For the last couple of weeks, New South Wales has been burning. We have had severe bushfires, brought on by hot, windy and dry conditions. Some of these fires were started by natural causes such as dry lightning. Others by accident, such as hot exhaust pipes on dry grass or electricity wires arcing in strong winds. However, a few of these fires were deliberately lit.

The case I want to bring to your attention happened recently. Two 8 year old boys were caught near East Maitland in the Hunter Valley, trying to light a fire around 7.30pm. They had piled up dry grass and dead leaves and were trying to light the heap with a cigarette lighter. It was only by sheer luck that the lighter didn’t work.

Police could not press charges due to the boys’ age (age of criminal responsibility in Australia is 10 years) and released them into the care of their parents (who were obviously not caring for them as they were wandering the bush at 7.30pm at night). When interviewed by news sources, the father of one of the boys had the hide to say this:

“I have 6 kids, I can’t be following all of them around the streets all the time. It’s not my responsibility, mate.”

What the fuck. They’re YOUR children! You chose to not wear a condom or get a vasectomy and beget 6 children. You have to live with that choice. What your child did was almost attempted murder. You should be begging for forgiveness and disciplining your child.

6 kids and unwilling to care for them. Old Mate needs to stand up once in a while. Same with his missus. Get a new hobby. And no, getting drunk down at your local pub while your unsupervised litter run rampant doesn’t count as a constructive way to pass one’s time. Some suggested hobbies would be getting a job in a nuclear reactor, keeping your phone in your underwear, getting kicked in the balls, wearing tight underwear, getting cardiovascular disease or diabetes etc. See where I’m going with this?

Mother dearest of the other boy involved said that her boy will be “grounded for a week”. Yeah, that’ll show him! NOT! “Grounded” = more likely playing Xbox while Mother also goes down to the pub and drinks away her welfare check. At least she took some responsibility for him unlike the aforementioned useless Old Mate. But this lack of proper discipline and consequences is probably what led to this kid thinking he could do whatever he liked, with no consequences to his actions whatsoever.

The police involved with the case, being mandated reporters, have reported both kids to be “at risk” to DoCS (Social Services). They were unsupervised and getting into a potentially very dangerous situation because their parents couldn’t be bothered to keep an eye on them. This is a small victory for the people of Maitland, who could have lost everything because of two very silly little boys and their inept breeders. Once you get the attention of DoCS (whether you really are abusing your kids or not), it’s very hard to get them out of your life. Social services will be investigating these useless people very thoroughly.

Sorry for the long ramble, but we have had fires close to us and it was very scary. To think that people could have lost their homes and livelihoods because of poor breeding just makes my blood boil.

 

Discussion point: Should parents be held responsible for their children’s criminal actions, if the child is under the age of criminal responsibility? Perhaps some fines to diminish the breeders’ pub money might straighten them out.

Burgle a house, but bring the kids along so they don’t feel left out

Kids in getaway car as couple burgle house

Kids in getaway car as WA couple burgle Warnbro house

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A Perth couple seemed to think it was “bring your kids to work day” when they decided to leave their six year old boy and three year old twin boys in their getaway car, while they broke into a home at Warnbro on Monday morning. Too bad that “bring your kids to work day” only applies to real jobs where you actually have to work for a dollar, and not take things from people that actually work just because you’re too lazy to go to work.

Police say that the burgling breeders, both aged 29, broke into the Warnbro home and stole a laptop and some jewellery. They tried to leave in the getaway car that was parked in the driveway, but an observant neighbour who had called police when he saw them, stalled them until the police arrived. It’s also alleged that the male burglar assaulted the neighbour, further delaying them. Nice going there, dipshit. What are you teaching your kids? That it’s okay to take things that don’t belong to you, because you won’t work for the money to get those things, and bash anyone who gets in your way?

The burgling breeders have been charged with aggravated burglary, stealing and assault with intent. They will appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court next Tuesday.

Jesus H. Christ, you dunderheads! First of all, don’t break into people’s homes and steal things. If you must steal things because you won’t get a job and want to support a drug habit, leave your kids with a babysitter or something. Or wait until they’re in school before going on a pinching spree. Or just don’t steal in the first place!

Poor Baby…

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An Eldon, Missouri couple, Christopher and Jessica Blood, are in jail tonight.  Their six WEEK old son has been admitted to the hospital with four broken ribs, two broken legs and a broken arm.

The couple admitted to squeezing the baby too tight because he wouldn’t stop crying; and then Christopher admitted to tightly gripping his little arms and legs for the same reason.

The infant is currently in the custody of his grandmother.

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