Weird: boy urinates on elevator control panel, gets tricked in breakdown, watch viral video


In a bizarre incident, CCTV footage shows a young boy peeing in an elevator, then getting stuck inside. The internet has called the incident a dose of instant karma. The surveillance footage has gone viral on the popular Chinese social media site Weibo.Also Read – Watch: #Reject Zomato Trends on Twitter After Client Asked to Learn ‘Hindi’

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The video shows a boy from Chongqing urinating at the buttons of an elevator that recently got stuck due to a power failure. On February 23, security cameras at an apartment complex in Chongqing district captured the scene leading up to the elevator’s power failure. The footage shows how a young boy, who takes the elevator unaccompanied, urinates all over the elevator and purposefully aims at his control panel. Read also – Viral video: an elephant stranded on the island of the raging Gaula river was rescued | To concern

The boy then tries to press a button to exit the elevator, but the lights start to flash and the elevator crashes as the doors stay closed, trapping the boy inside. Video of the incident was released to Weibo by several media outlets, including the People’s Daily and the Global Times, both of which report that the boy was ultimately rescued from the elevator. (Read also: American arrested for biting police dog) Also Read – Viral Video: 10 Million Views For Scary Optical Illusion, Watch

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“His family should be ashamed of the way she educated him,” some commentators said. Others also wrote that the boy’s parents should pay for the damage to the elevator. Stories of so-called “little kids” often make headlines in China for their rude, spoiled or uncontrolled behavior. This is often explained by the “Little Emperor Syndrome”, which says that excessive attention given to children alone leads to lazy and selfish behavior in children.


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