A strange behavior that never occurs from a father towards his children, as they usually refuse to give up or leave them alone anywhere, even if the place is safe, which is the instinct that most of us have.
In a shocking and cruel situation, a Chinese father found himself unable to pay the bill for the restaurant in which he ate with his two-year-old daughter.
Where the man left his daughter as a mortgage with the store officials until he returned after that to pay the rest of the bill and ran quickly leaving his daughter behind and did not care about her tears and screams.
After a man from Guangdong Province, southern China, ate a meal of pastries with his daughter, he found only the equivalent of 0.75 US dollars in his pocket, while the value of the bill was 0.89 dollars.
Despite the meagerness of this difference, which does not exceed 0.14 US dollars, the man told the people in charge of the restaurant that he would leave his daughter hostage with them, because he had to bring the money from abroad, to return to her the next day, according to the British Daily Mail.
The father quickly left the restaurant while his daughter was trying to follow him while she was in a state of great tears, and the shop workers could not stop the neglectful father, given his rapid disappearance from view.
The owners of the restaurant suspected that the man had kidnapped the little girl, because it is unlikely that a real father would take such a step and would never leave his children, no matter what happened. At that time, the people in charge of the restaurant called the police to come to the place.
Not a few hours later, the father came with the small amount of money, but he found that things had reached the police, and then he was severely reprimanded for his act.
The owners of the restaurant said that they tried to calm the little girl, who was crying and screaming, and gave her something to drink after the father had gone out of sight. his daughter.
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