Some things are almost beyond comprehension - like this surveillance video. Take a look:
What possessed this father to put his child in a washing machine is unclear. Needless to say, it's terrible.
Thankfully the child is reportedly okay.
mother is now claiming that it was the babysitter and her 'male friend' who put the baby in the washing machine.]
The surveillance video hopefully helps in two ways:
As a public service announcement to other parents/babysitters about the dangers of being either incredibly stupid or malicious (depending on what the father was intending).
As a means to prevent liability to the laundromat. Absent the surveillance, the couple could have made up a crazy story deflecting blame. With the video, the laundromat is completely clear.
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