Mom Refuses To Break BMW Window To Save Toddler’s Life + Social Experiment Video – What Would You Do?
My far more important than any car beauties are 5 years, 4 months, 1 week & 6 days old.
This story actually makes me ill. WHY? To think that a mother could care more about her precious car window than her irreplaceable, scared and crying, potentially dying toddler, makes my stomach turn like nothing else.
A woman in China refused to smash the window of her BMW luxury car when she realized that she had accidentally locked her 3 year old baby boy inside of it. She wanted to wait for a locksmith to arrive despite the terrifying screams coming from inside of the car.
Normal reaction opposite of the woman in this story.
What makes this most disgusting is her indifference! It wasn’t even an average temperature day, nevertheless, even then could you imagine hearing your child’s screams and watch him going crazy inside for your help, staring at him but not taking action regardless of what the temperature was outside? I surely cannot. And it was quite hot to! Unless a locksmith walked up the very second this happened and worked insanely fast, like in under a minute, how could any mother do this to her child? Make him endure such suffering! She didn’t do anything to attempt to get inside, and she refused to let others break her window to get to her son left in the hot vehicle. The temperature was quite high and very, very dangerous to the young boy. How could she be so cavalier about this?
Also think about the age. This child was too young to realize in a panic how to open up the lock, however, old enough to stare his mom in the face and know that she was not trying to help him. That he was screaming for her and she did nothing. What betrayal that poor child must have felt with each breath that he took. He was literally clawing at the window, desperately begging for help. Can you begin to imagine? It’s just maddening. He could have easily died from her callous time delay. Imagine living with that on your head. It is fact that children do die this way. It happens far too often.
“It is very dangerous to leave kids inside of a car, especially in such heat. The temperature inside the car can soar in very short time and threaten the child’s life,” Zhejiang Online quoted a firefighter as saying.
When the boy began to deteriorate, the firefighters ignored the mother and smashed the window to rescue the youngster, THANK GOD! A window…. a child’s life. Hmm, tough call moms? Not for the rest of us. This woman should be charged with endangering the welfare of a child and forced to take parenting classes and flat out humanity classes. Clearly she needs to learn how to have emotion because in this mom’s book she is heartless. I’d love to go and key up that pride and joy of hers (the car) this story makes me that angry. I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels the same way.
People on social media are enraged. ”Looks like that car window was her real son,” one angry person said.
I was thinking about this subject recently after my daughter had me watching videos only days ago about social experiments. Seeing what people would do in certain situations while they are being videotaped. I will add the video of this particular experiment below. She showed me an episode that made my skin crawl. A baby left in a hot car, what would people do? There were people who called 911, but there were people who just looked in and walked on doing absolutely nothing.
How could you see a child in a car and walk away? I cannot imagine being one of those people. I would smash a window in I told her. I could never leave the scene. And this isn’t even my child but a stranger’s child. If I couldn’t do it myself I would pull people off of the street to help, but I wouldn’t make a call and walk away, much less walk on by altogether. I can imagine myself having super human strength if I had my child or children in that car. I could probably tear the roof off of it. Who could think about something so easily replaceable like a car window or an entire car in general vs. a human life?
Carrie Underwood had her infant son locked inside of her own car along with her dogs. She took prompt and proper action, and I applaud her. That’s a mother’s love. That’s doing the right thing. You go Carrie! You can read Carrie Underwood’s story here.
”641 children have died from heatstroke in cars since 1998. That is a staggering number of small, helpless children lost. If ever in the position to help – ALWAYS do! – Mama P.”
What would you do if you saw a baby in a car like in the above experiment?