Metro- Police are investigating a shocking case of child cruelty in which a father appears to be dragging his daughter around a supermarket with her hair tied to a trolley.
He continued with his shopping despite the girl begging for him to stop and other shoppers telling him to let her free.
Erika Burch took pictures of the incident and uploaded them to Facebook while police at a branch of Walmart in Cleveland, Ohio, have said they are investigating.
Erika wrote: ‘He had her hair wrapped around the buggy dragging her! She is begging him to stop! She was saying “Please stop, I promise I wont do it again please stop!”
Oh what, we are going to start telling other people parent their kids now? Things aren't always as they seem, you know? Gotta take those harrowing cries with a grain of salt when they come from the lips of a child. If I read that little girl's quote correctly then I do believe she said she wouldn't do it again. I have no idea what she did in the first place, but considering she did it in WalMart there's no question it jeopardized her well-being more than losing a couple strands of hair to the handle of a shopping cart.
Did we ever consider that maybe this guy forgot his leash? What was he just supposed to risk his daughter running wild in the retail equivalent of the purge? He had to do everything in his power to keep her within an arm's length or he would have never been able to chase her down without his size 44 jeans slowly slipping down past his ass crack.
What you call blatant follicle abuse, I call taking command of a hairy situation. One man can only do so much. Don't you think holding this guy responsible for pushing his cart, picking out TV dinners, and keeping an eye on his kid is a little much in terms of multitasking? He just needed a little help, and the only assistance he had at his disposal was his mobile grocery basket. Almost feel like this whole situation is WalMart's fault. Considering their clientele, it's a little absent minded not to have an extension on their shopping carts so that out-of-shape customers can more conveniently knot their kid's locks to it to ensure their safety. After all, what's the purpose of having long hair if not for giving people a way to easily restrain you?