A father caught his 11-year-old son using his smartphone at one o’clock in the night, then he punished the son to play video games for 16 hours continuously. During this the innocent was not even allowed to sleep.
father caught son playing game on mobile at 1 am
New Delhi: A father caught his 11-year-old son using his smartphone at one o’clock in the night, then you will be shocked to hear what he did after losing his temper. The ‘merciless’ father gave his son such a gruesome punishment for this that he could not sleep for 17 hours and kept awake continuously. He forced the son to play video games continuously and did not even let the son sleep. This hair-raising incident is from Shenzhen city of Guangdong province of China.
Father gives ‘painful’ punishment to son
The 11-year-old revealed the handiwork of his father. The boy was very tired after not sleeping for 17 hours. He told that his father Huang had caught him playing a game on mobile at one o’clock in the night. Hardly anyone could think about what his father did to his father. After this, the father forced his 11-year-old son to play continuously on mobile. A footage of this has also surfaced in which it is seen that the boy remains awake to play even after falling from his chair.
Talk of torture written on notebook
The boy wrote the story of torture in a notebook. He wrote that when my father came to know, he punished me. He told me to play a lot, play till you vomit. After that he left. Woke me up several times when I went to sleep. This went on for the whole day. I kept playing from 1 am to 6 pm. Huang did not feel pity for his son during this period. He punished his son when he started crying badly and told his father that he would now play the game for a limited time.
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father put video on tiktok
According to the report of Daily Mail, the father shared the video of his 11-year-old son apologizing on the social media platform Douyin, which is China’s version of Tiktok. Although he claimed that he had this last option, which he did to get rid of his son’s mobile addiction. He advised other parents not to adopt such tricks to improve their child.
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