Children are often curious and mischievous, but very accident-prone too. We have seen instances of building residents heroically saving kids if they fall from a higher floor, for instance when a 3-year old baby miraculously survived a fall from a building’s sixth floor.
As per a report in TOI, a video is being shared on social media which shows a girl dangerously walking on the outer ledge of a high-rise building. While the time and location of the video are currently unverified, Twitter has raised its voice in response to the chilling incident. Check it out:-
@ThaneCityPolice Hie sir you can see 1 girl is walking on the small patch outside area of her building. This is suppose to be Hiranandani Meadows thane. You can clearly hear in that video the person is saying she is doing for 3rd time. Please note this pic.twitter.com/q6zHaz7GLI
— Tanvay Shinde (@shinde_tanvay) August 5, 2020
The people making this video can be heard remarking, “She’s doing this for the third time.” Although the girl is reportedly safe, whether a complaint has been issued against the parents or not is yet to be known.
There is no exact confirmation as to what the girl was trying to do, but some Twitter users have called this to be a part of a ‘dare challenge’ happening amongst children. Through this video, parents are being asked to stay alert regarding the whereabouts of their kids. Check out some of the reactions:-
No child shld ever participate in such dare challenges .. it can prove fatal .. Many a times parents are unware abt the same.
Life is precious .. Please value it .. Think about yourself & your loved ones.
— Kishore K Advani (@kish1102) August 5, 2020
to her parents or roommates or neighbours or someone accountable maybe? rather than making a video and a social gimmick outta it – I mean nobody does dares like this!
— Sneha (@ashensmiley) August 6, 2020
This is utter nonsense. Nowadays people get adrenaline kick thru such idiotic actions
— Vj (@vijaydigvijay) August 6, 2020
Truly! I got it and my tummy was churning
— Puja Talwar (@talwar_puja) August 5, 2020
Acts like these are completely careless and dangerous. We hope that people exercise extra caution when it comes to kids.