To pee or not to pee: Chinese father holds his son out of a moving car to URINATE on a busy street
A young boy was held outside a window of a moving car for two minutes as he urinated on a road amid heavy traffic in southwest China.
A man can be seen lifting the boy in mid-air and let him urinate in public while the car is moving.
Local traffic police claimed the man did not violated traffic safety regulations, however, his act had posed potential dangers to the child and other road users.
A young boy is seen lifted up by his father outside a SUV and urinates on a road in China
The moment was captured by Ms Wang, a front-seat passenger at the car behind near an overpass in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, reported the Cover News.
‘The boy was held out of the car window twice and it’s about two minutes long in total,’ Ms Wang told the reporter.
It’s believed the father was holding his son out of the car window.
Mobile phone footage shows the father, wearing glasses and a blue top, holding a young boy out of a white SUV window.
The SUV can be seen moving forward while the boy is urinating outside the vehicle.
Ms Wang said the cars were lining up in front of the red lights.
The man brought his son back into the car shortly after.
The father holds his son for two minutes to let him urinate in pubic amid the danger on road
Traffic policeman said the man did not violate any law but he posed danger to the public
The Cover News contacted local police bureau for comments.
‘The man had not violated any traffic rules based on this behaviour. But he could affect or distract other drivers’ attention,’ said the traffic policeman.
He added that the man might have dropped the boy onto the road if the SUV was put on an emergency brake.
The video was widely shared on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform, with over 910,000 views in the past three days.
Web users were worried about the boy’s safety.
‘What if the man did not hold him tight enough?’ asked ‘amiaoermiao’.
‘Did the man know that motorcyclists could hit the boy in this situation?’ said ‘fangfangz_’.
The incident happened while the cars were in queue for traffic lights near an overpass
Web users blamed the man being ‘uncivilised, ‘uneducated’ and ‘irresponsible’
Others blamed the man being ‘uncivilised’,’uneducated’ and ‘irresponsible’.
‘samni_dongba’ said: ‘This is so embarrassing. I can see that people in Chengdu are not very civilised.’
‘Did the man know how many freak accidents happened because of irresponsible adults who failed to take care of young children?’ said ‘tianbiannageren’.
Source: Daily Mail