Mother and son, after visiting the Buddhist Temple, are on their way home. Darling son is crying and making a fuss demanding to buy a toy from a roadside toy stall. The mother scolds the son for wanting everything he sees and since there is no reason to buy an unnecessary toy, she refuses to buy. In the midst of the crowd, suddenly see a child pulling his mother’s hand crying and making a fuss…
Mother: “You buy so many useless things to do what? At home there is a large pile I never see you play…”
Son: “I just want it, buy it for me!”
Mother: “Only liking these meaningless things, I will not buy it!”
Son: “Wu…even if refuse to buy, you must buy…wu…”
The son slapped the mother and then asked again: “Are you going to buy it or not?”
The mother was speechless…
Angry, the mother wanted to leave, but the son quickly pulled her. His voice softened but he continued to harass her.
Son: “Such a cheap thing yet you will not buy for me, my schoolmates all have it, I want it…”
Mother: “I already bought a small chicken [toy] for you, you simply…” (did not hear clearly)
(“I will also pull your hair, ai ya! Had I known earlier, I would not have brought you to get such a short haircut yesterday…”)
The son went crazy, reached out and grabbed his mother’s throat.
In the middle of the tussle…The mother’s face is bright red from being suffocated…The mother being strangled.
[The son] let go and continued pushing [the mother] toward buying the toy…
Again he grabbed the hair.
The son went mad: “Will you buy or not??”
Mother: “Again, it hurts so much, hurry and let go, I will buy it! I will buy it, okay…”
After giving up to her son, the mother and son walked to the toy stall....yeah you know the end
Damn!!! if my child is nasty to me like this one I would slap on his face so hard, throw away his latest toy that I bought and leave him to the police or at least leave him over there alone for an hour. Just a small thing she cant handle her son, what's about the serious issue ? ...young children nowadays.... This child is simply spoiled, and the parent is mostly responsible.