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    Default Kid left in hot car

    http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/21224194/...-heat/?cmp=ydn

    What do ya mean the police haven't decided whether or not to charge him? Should be a no brainer!

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    What is wrong with people. How would he like to sit in his hot car on a 37 degree day and see how well he fares. Poor bubba. Hopefully he makez a quick recovery

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    I'm speechless.

    What a stupid man.

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    Gosh this sickens me. There are so many warnings for leaving children unattended in cars and still some people are silly enough to ignore the dangers and think their child will be fine. I myself hate sitting and waiting in a car when it is hot so i could imagine how hot itd be for a baby or toddler, especially when they are strapped in a seat and cant open the windows/doors or even get out by themselves. I hope that little bub is fine though.

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    Yet to decide? He purposely left his baby in the car while he shopped?!?! When he was cracking the window slightly did it cross his mind that he wouldn't enjoy being in a car with the window slightly cracked on a hot day so why should his baby?! Makes me angry that there are people out there that make such a stupid decision!

    I dont mean the whole paying for petrol thing I'm referring to the leaving baby to go shopping for god knows how long

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    Why is there a question of whether to charge him?! Juat because he showed concern for his daughter doesn't mean he should get away with it. I absolutely think he should be charged in order to raise awareness & make others think twice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Yet to decide? He purposely left his baby in the car while he shopped?!?! When he was cracking the window slightly did it cross his mind that he wouldn't enjoy being in a car with the window slightly cracked on a hot day so why should his baby?! Makes me angry that there are people out there that make such a stupid decision!

    I dont mean the whole paying for petrol thing I'm referring to the leaving baby to go shopping for god knows how long
    Exactly what I was thinking.

    Lock him in a car in 37oC heat for 30 min and see if he likes it. Bumwipe!

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    I really don't know what to say, are people that dumb.
    The part where is states he didn't understand what he had done was wrong ?? Should he really be looking after a child ...

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    What a ****ing idiot. He should count his lucky stars that passers by found her as without a doubt she would have died otherwise.
    How could anyone not know not to leave a baby in a hot car?? It's a no brainer!
    It saddens me that this will not be the last such incident- it happens all the time

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    He's lucky to live in a country that favours the criminal over the victim.

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