Toddler wasting her milk has SA poking fun at ConCourt ruling

Toddler wasting her milk has SA poking fun at ConCourt ruling

- A little girl's hilarious photo has been circulated on social media

- It shows her looking guilty after spilling her powder milk

- Mzansi social media users poked fun at the Concourt's 'no spanking' ruling

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A funny photo has emerged on social media showing a little girl playing with powder milk she had spilled. Many social media users poked fun at the new Concourt ruling banning spanking children, especially after situations like this.

Twitter user ZandileGongo said:

"Imagine coming home to this with a milk you only bought a day before"

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The Constitutional Court recently ruled that spanking children is illegal. Citizens shared their views on the recent ruling that physical punishment is now illegal . Many appeared to strongly disagree with the ruling, with some feeling that the court has interfered in their parental duties

Many social media users once again expressed their dissatisfaction with the ruling in this post. Many felt that the child's behaviour should have been punished with a spanking. Twitter user NjabuloQhobs said:

"Pls Tag Con Court"

While Nanimelamu said:

"Go!!! To the ConCourt and tell them what you did!!!!"

PhilaniDbn said:

"They already know about constitutional court ruling"

Bantse_R said:

"I’m sorry but I would rather commit a crime here"

Thandi_Mxoli said:

"The Concourt must come fetch her..cause mna spanking is what's coming..."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a sweet picture was shared on social media and it has left Mzansi inspired. It shows a married couple in the kitchen with the husband complimenting his wife while she cooks.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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