Two-year-old boy smokes 40 a day!

Bliss

Sally Twit
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Ardi got his first taste for tobacco when his father Mohammed, a 30-year-old fishmonger, gave him a cigarette when he was a year and a half old - and now he throws tantrums if he can't doesn't get his 40 cigarettes a day.
His 26-year-old mother Diana, who has been trying to get him to quit but with little success, said: 'He's totally addicted. If he doesn't get cigarettes, he gets angry and screams and batters his head against the wall. He tells me he feels dizzy and sick.'
It's absolutely disgusting. He's two years old. It's not like he can attack them if he doesn't get his fags. I am absolutely disgusted by the parents. Why the hell would you give your child a cigarette at 18 months old?
"Happy Birthday son - cancer in a small box this year!"

There's pictures of the kid smoking so don't look if it's going to upset you. This is the worst thing I've read in a while.

Smoking two year old Ardi Rizal on 40 cigarettes a day | Mail Online
 

English-Emo-Boy

Supreme System Lord
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Yeah I read about this.

Apparently he rides around in a small toy truck all day getting cranky if he doesn't get at least 20-a-day. He's obese aswell, I wouldn't of thought he'll ever see his teenage years.

I had to laugh really, I reckon there's a lot of youngsters, particularly in deprived areas, at the age of 5/6 who smoke.

When I was alot younger I was fascinated by it!
 
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Babe_Ruth

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Words cannot describe how idiotic is father is for letting his year and half old son try cigarettes.

What I find interesting though is that someone that young can become addicted to something, even if it's cigarettes which are highly addictive.
 

Pugz

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It's disgusting :mad: Both parents are to blame but the dad seems to be the main problem:

But in spite of this, his fishmonger father Mohammed, 30, said: 'He looks pretty healthy to me. I don't see the problem.'
At least the mum wants him to stop.
 

Boredie

In need of Entertainment
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If the parents really want him to quit, there a ways of doing it. Child psychologist comes to mind as the first option... sheesh...
 

Kibi

Babeasaurus Sex
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Like Bliss says - STOP GIVING THEM TO HIM!!!

What's he gonna do go rob a store?

They're ridiculous for doing this to him.
 

stevenfermi

Registered Member
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This kid needs to be taken by any social services that he is around. These parents obviously are either unable to help their son, or are purposely causing harm to him. Like an above poster said, it is highly unlikely this kid will live past puberty.
 

R1pperZ

Registered Member
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They've even offered the parents a car if they get their baby to quite smoking. I think the government there decided this looks bad for the people of indonesia, at least someone is trying to step in. The life span of a child obese and smoking two packs a day is going to be grim.
 

Bjarki

Registered Member
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Hahaha, that second pic makes me laugh, cig in one hand & a gun in the other, badass look on his face.. strolling by on his little toy truck.. :lol:

Different culture I guess.. haven't experienced the anti-smoke rage yet. :stare:

Sad for the kid :-/