Mzansi slams mom who locked her baby and daughter, 5, in car

Mzansi slams mom who locked her baby and daughter, 5, in car

A photograph has been posted on social media which allegedly showed two kids locked in a hot Range Rover.

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On Friday last week, a photo was shared on Facebook by Diann Marx, which allegedly showed a baby and five-year-old girl locked in a scorching hot Range Rover.

According to the post, the mother left the windows only slightly open while she went shopping.

"This woman left her baby and 5yr old daughter with the car key windows only slightly open this was at green acres today at lunch time," the photo was captioned.

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Mzansi slams mom who locked her baby and daughter, 5, in car

Mzansi slams mom who locked her baby and daughter, 5, in car. Photo credit: Diann Marx/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans were enraged by the photo and they took to the comment section to slam the irresponsible mother, Briefly.co.za discovered.

Wendy Nel commented: "Is she insane. What happened does any one no. I certainly hope someone came immediately to the rescue."
Lindsay Erasmus added: "Not only could something happen to the kids but what happens if something happens to the mom while she is inside the shop. No one will know she has kids in the car."
Clive Brodie wrote: "I would have broken the window and suffered the consequences later.Your children are worth more than a friggin broken window. IDIOT."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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