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Drunk couple left 16-month-old daughter home alone to get takeaway then crashed car with newborn son sitting on mother's lap

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Re: Drunk couple left 16-month-old daughter home alone to get takeaway then crashed car with newborn son sitting on mother's lap

Post by aiyoyo on Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:04 pm

A couple who left their 16-month-old daughter at home alone while they drove to get a takeaway with their newborn baby were caught after the drunken father crashed the car on a motorway slip-road.

Police officers found the baby boy had been sitting on his mother's lap when his father crashed the car late at night.

And when the parents were taken to hospital for checks, they told staff their other child was being cared for by a relative when this was not the case.

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Why did they need to go on the motorway for a takeaway? Who travels miles away for that when the whole point of a takeaway is the convenience of it. Most takeaways are just round the corner anyway. Also, why didn't one parent stay behind?.
Their story is all very fishy. I suspect their 'takeaway' tale is a fabricated one for the Police purpose.
Likely they'd been drinking at the pub and were heading home when they crashed, then came up with a cock and bull story to avoid the consequences.

Imagine if the crash had resulted in fatal consequences, the poor child would have been left home alone without anyone knowing!

I'm sure there are a few more of these cases occurring without making it to the Press.


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