Read this.

And then join me in asking: Are you wordIcan’tsay kidding me?

Ten months later he’s still suffering from anxiety and withdrawal? From 10 seconds, ten SECONDS, in the dark when he was 10 months old?

How many think this woman saw dollar signs?

What a waste of resources, not to mention the poor soul who lost his job over entertaining an infant on an airplane.

4 Responses to “Cha-ching”

  1. April 26, 2011 at 12:34 am

    I can say it. Are you fucking kidding me?! The parents are idiots, liars, and probably broke. They need to be reported to child protective services for their participation in this foolishness, and then to mental health specialists (for their own treatment), and then to the fraud squad. I’m glad they are Stupid because they don’t realize that what goes around comes around with a vengeance; they are truly going to get what they deserve.

  2. April 27, 2011 at 2:22 am

    A 17-month old is that traumatized by being put in a dark bin for 10 seconds?! REALLY? Or perhaps it’s Mom who’s got $$ on the brain? I mean, come on, let’s use a little bit of common sense here. What idiot would put a child in an overhead bin in front of the parents unless it was as game? I just think there must be more to the story than this woman is telling. I’d love to hear the attendant’s version of the story. And for f*ck’s sake, they already fired the person. $$Mom$$ is holding out for millions, is my guess.

  3. May 2, 2011 at 7:51 am

    Actually, that’s pretty messed up on the part of the flight attendant. Why the hell would you do that? Isn’t your job to seat people? I’ve been on a few airplanes and there isn’t time to mess around putting babies in the overhead compartment, or space. If I was a passenger, I’d be thinking, “what is this guy/girl doing?” And, honestly, I could kind of see why a kid might be traumatized by that. It isn’t just being in the dark. It’s being put there by a stranger while inside of an airplane which is probably a somewhat scary and unfamiliar place to begin with for a baby. I guess taking the kid to specialists is kind of overboard, because I think babies eventually do forget things, but who knows. Everyone is different. This is just a weird news story though.

    • May 2, 2011 at 10:08 am

      My understanding is that it was a long flight, dad and flight attendant were playing hide and seek/peekaboo with a blanket, etc., and the flight attendant put the baby, in its car seat, in the overhead bin for about 10 seconds. Probably not a good idea, especially with 20/20 hindsight, but hardly a crime. The dad thought it was funny, the mom has now filed for divorce and spotted an opportunity to make a lot of money.

      Ten seconds in the dark for a 10 month old can’t possibly have damaged this child the way this woman claims. One can presume he’s in the dark at least once daily.

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