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Turlish man interferes with natural selection

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10166217

A four-year-old boy has narrowly escaped injury after falling from an escalator after climbing up the side of it. He was caught by a local shopkeeper, who ran to catch him.

The incident happened at a shopping centre in Istanbul.

Quick-thinking shopkeeper Ali Apari said he saw the boy, who was visiting the centre with his father, playing near the escalator.

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Watch the video in the link, childs headside would have been cracked. Hero.

*Turkish

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

final destination

he'll get an arrow in his eye next week

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dont really know the situation etc but it does look pretty bad on him

at least what 30 seconds the kid was playing around unattended? not a long time but too long for a small child

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mum wouldve thanked the man then slapped the sh*t out of me if i was tht child

i assume this kid had a similar fate

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even tho the kid would get slapped i wouldnt condolne that infront of me for the simple fact that if the parent was doing there job looking after there child the situation would of not happend.... the child is 4 and does not fully understand life

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I remeber when baby oil was in my bathroom when I was little and I was pouring it down the drain beacuse I thought it was water. I was negged for my actions with heavy slaps at the hands of my mother. I couldn't understand why

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