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Parents forgot child after fishy-meal in Malacca

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Thanks to the internet, the irresponsibilities of parents are more and more exposed.

Last Sunday (26 August 2018), a story of a kid forgotten by his parents in Alai, Melaka, went viral.

According to Berita Harian, the parents went to enjoy a nice meal of Ikan Bakar, a Malaysian favourite dish.

They forgot their kid and the boy was apparently left on a table at the restaurant.

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Photos of a tired boy passed out on a table were shared on Twitter with the caption: “Breaking! After having a hearty ikan bakar meal, a family left behind their child who is asleep on the table!”

The paper or the Twitter user did not say whether the parents came back for the child.Follow us on Social Media

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