Mother snatched the phone, then a 15-year-old
child created havoc in the house, even after the earthquake, such a condition
would not have happened!
In today’s time, children are so
addicted to mobile phones that while sleeping, eating and drinking, they are
engaged only in the phone. Earlier, where children used to play outdoor games
in the park or on the grounds, now children keep their eyes on the phone only.
These days many such research has been done which has shown that mobile phones
are not only spoiling the eyes of children, but are also making them violent
and anxious. There is a lack of patience in them. Recently a video is going
viral (15 year old kid mobile phone video) which proves this to be true. Seeing
the condition of the room (boy break house items viral video) in this video,
you will feel that there has been an earthquake, but the truth is that he did
this when the phone was snatched from the child.
IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra often
shares shocking posts on Twitter. Recently he has posted a video which is
really shocking and raises concern. There is a room in this video which is
completely ruined. Things have been vandalized and this work has not been done
by any natural calamity or by thieves, but by a 15-year-old child in anger. The
reason for this is also shocking.
Child vandalized the house
Dipanshu wrote with the post –
“This destruction at home was caused by a 15-year-old child because his mother
took his mobile phone. Seeing the scene it is clear how important it is for
parents to educate today’s generation to avoid mobile addiction and learns to
control emotions + actions.” Everything inside the house has been vandalized in
the video. Everything like fridge, TV, kitchen, sofa etc. has been destroyed.
The most surprising thing is that the child did all this only because he was
angry that his mother snatched the phone from him.
People gave reaction on the
Video the video has got more than
12 thousand views, while many people have given their feedback by commenting.
One person wrote- “Children should not ask questions. Children should not
make noise. Children should not make noise. The attention should not be given
to the children. And when addiction occurs, similar consequences are suffered.”