Parents tie young son and go away: Police

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Police had found an eight year old boy tied to table with a rope, inside a house in Kowul Ara South in Sevenagala. The boy had been left alone at home while his parents were away.

Police had admitted the child to the Embilipitiya Hospital for treatment.

On information received, police had raided the house and found the boy. Police had found bruises on his body.

At the preliminary inquiry police had been told that as the child was obstinate and that the parents, when they went out, were in the habit of tying him to the table. The child, a grade two student, had been cruelly treated by his father for being disobedient. Police had taken the father into custody for ill-treating the child -- and he was to be produced in the Embilipitiya court.

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  • Joe Friday, 28 October 2016 10:06 AM

    Very happy to know that these kind of ill treatments are now being exposed... Hopefully the new generation parents will be disciplined by law soon. via DM Android App

    Kaboos Friday, 28 October 2016 10:19 AM

    Dasa Maha Yodaya tied to a huge rock. and to bush of bamboo trees.. It was treat as heroic effort.

    Kumara senarath Friday, 28 October 2016 10:23 AM

    This child could have been a hyperactive child with behavioural problems.Parents may not have got adequare knowledge in handling these children.That is due to lack of such facilities and help from the social service in our country.It is very easy to put the blame on parents alone .

    Arnold Friday, 28 October 2016 10:46 AM

    Wicked people like this should be castrated.

    ANTON Friday, 28 October 2016 11:10 AM

    DAN INNEY MINISSU NEMEY .......... VALASSU !!!!


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