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Fatherhood Fail - Locked Out (Egypt)

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Keefy, this video is not available to view. :(
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OK should be fixed now :)
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Unbelievable :sd my heart was in my mouth watching that :td
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This, and actions of a similar nature will be quite the norm in Egypt, the family watching as a gentle breeze caught the small child's foot sending it onto the high voltage power lines. Imagine the response if filmed in Europe.
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Personally I just don't get it...
I was expecting him to fall 3 floors to smash into the floor...

So what was the point of this stupid bit of footage ? I've had more fun slipping on a piece of soap in the shower...
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A brick wall that is only a single brick thick at ground level worries me. As a balcony wall, and on higher floor it really worries me. As for harnessing the child like that....terrifying!
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In most civilized Countries that would be Child Abuse....Uneducated Moron! Are they power lines he is passed through or one of those horrible balcony clothes lines, that drip water on you when you walk below? (Always a problem when you build homes so close together, and no one has heard of a tumble drier) in any case the father should be locked up.

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I couldn't believe the amusement this stupid act engendered, it's funny to dangle your child over a balcony on a home made sling? Wonder if he had been so amused had the child crashed to the ground.

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carrie wrote:I couldn't believe the amusement this stupid act engendered, it's funny to dangle your child over a balcony on a home made sling? Wonder if he had been so amused had the child crashed to the ground.
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Major Thom wrote:In most civilized Countries that would be Child Abuse....Uneducated Moron! Are they power lines he is passed through or one of those horrible balcony clothes lines, that drip water on you when you walk below? (Always a problem when you build homes so close together, and no one has heard of a tumble drier) in any case the father should be locked up.
Yes, it is an off balcony clothes line. Very rare, albeit in my limited experience, to get dripped on from one, unless of course you walking close the wall and at the wrong time of day (bearing in mind that a lot of washing is hung out over night.
As for using a tumble dryer... why on earth would anyone with the best drying facility in the world - sunshine during the day and dry air at night - use a tumble dryer. All tumble dryers do is ruin your fabrics, crease things up more, cause static electricity, eat up electricity, and are a fire hazard in many cases.
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