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    god please report this right now. once is enough, three times is so far from ok its not funny. I am amazed that your parents still had him over given the other incidents. You really need to stand up for your child here and report this behaviour now. seriously.

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    I would definately go to the hospital and have the wound cleaned/reports done etc. And would go the police. Definately wouldn't put it aside. If its not the first snap it wont be the last.

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    Yep agree with everyone here, i'd call the police. Makes me wonder HOW MUCH he really is capable of. Next time someone might not be so lucky. Best if the police keep tabs on him. Hope your little one is ok. poor munchkin.

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    I would report it to the police immediately!

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    Yes, I agree take him to the hospital plus I would put in a report.

    What was he doing to DS1 in the first place that made your son bite him? Would he usually bite an adult? I mean I know the man biting your son is bad enough, but I'd also ask ds1 what was happening before that too so you can tell the police everything

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    I'm absolutely gobsmacked! Huge hugs to you and your bub and please let us know how you get on

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    I'm still absouletely livid! I took K to the hospital and they put a report in for me, waiting on police to call me for me to go in and give a statement. His ear is all bruised now and bitemarks still noticeable. I just got off the phone to my mum and they told him he's not welcome at their house anymore and they will give statements too if it's needed. Just feel so sick, can't believe he actually thought it was okay to do and we are petty sure DS1 didn't even bite him in the first place as they were mucking around with each other and DS1 said they were only playing and he didn't bite him. Still really upset and angry over the whole situation.

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    I wouldn't hesitate to call the police. What a jerk.


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    Just want to offer some of these

    You've been given great advice by PP's, so I won't repeat what has already been said. I feel sorry for you and your poor little DS, it's just a nasty horrible situation.

    Glad he won't be welcome in your parents house anymore, at least you won't have to worry about running into him there.

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    how awful for you and your son.
    I'm glad you took him to the hospital


 

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