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(VIDEO) Child Screams Demonically For 8 Hours On a Plane

By Nadine / lundi 19 février 2018 05:30
8 long hours of FML for all the passengers aboard this plane.

Shane Townley, a passenger on a flight from Germany to New York filmed this video and uploaded it to YouTube, only adding to the recent trend of news concerning animals that shouldn’t be allowed on planes.

What did we just watch? Was it clips from The Exorcist or just an annoying child on a plane? Hard to tell. Now, do we blame the parents or send our condolences since their child is clearly possessed by devil? Do we need a doctor on board, or a priest?

Although it sounds like the child is being tortured, rest assured that he is completely fine, and that the only people being tortured are the passengers on that plane. Some might think that this child may suffer from some kind of behavioral issues or fall somewhere on the autism spectrum, but as is noted in news.com “there is no indication that the mum informed other passengers that he suffering from any condition that may have resulted in his distress.”

Now that we got that out the way, we have so many more questions. How did he not tire himself out? Is his throat not sore?

Photo: news.com via Youtube

Truthfully, there probably wasn’t much that could have actually been done. It was far too late for parenting to begin on that flight. It should have started long before that child entered the plane. At one point in the video the child is seen sitting on top of the seats and banging on the ceiling while the mother is apparently trying to get him to come down. But how? What is she, asking him politely? Snatch your child, and put him in his seat belt. It’s clear that the screaming isn’t going to stop whether he is mobile or not. Instead, the mother politely tells the kid to “calm down honey” and asks for wifi so she can reward his behavior with an iPad.

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By  Dave_Davington  |  27

Here's a good life hack for all you parents of loud, screamy little fuckers. Not only is the overhead compartment great for an impromptu time out, as an added bonus it also helps to muffle his screaming.

By  devi_916  |  39

From the mother's reaction (or lack thereof) I'd assume this is normal behavior for her child even at home, and the Wi-Fi is the babysitter so she doesn't have to deal with him. Even if this kid did have a disability, there is no excuse for this mother not taking better action to resolve this situation, and at the VERY LEAST she should have apologized to the other passengers that were forced to suffer through her child's relentless tantrum. I would be incredibly embarrassed if I were her.

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By  Dave_Davington  |  27

Here's a good life hack for all you parents of loud, screamy little fuckers. Not only is the overhead compartment great for an impromptu time out, as an added bonus it also helps to muffle his screaming.

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

Kids have a harder time adjusting to the altitude and pressure changes. They can't pop their ears, and it hurts. Parents should learn to massage the ear and jaw joint for them.

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  mike3775  |  30

That kid is old enough to pop his ears. I have taken my 2 yr olds(I have numerous kids) on flights and at no time did they ever act like that, then again, I also raised my kids to not act like feral cats

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  wanted_2_want  |  37

You may need to learn how to read.

The video CLEARLY states that the kid was like that even before takeoff.
Believe it or not the spoiled brat needed some "attitude adjustment".
Yes that means some good 'ol spanking.

By  devi_916  |  39

From the mother's reaction (or lack thereof) I'd assume this is normal behavior for her child even at home, and the Wi-Fi is the babysitter so she doesn't have to deal with him. Even if this kid did have a disability, there is no excuse for this mother not taking better action to resolve this situation, and at the VERY LEAST she should have apologized to the other passengers that were forced to suffer through her child's relentless tantrum. I would be incredibly embarrassed if I were her.

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  PhoenixChick  |  24

Yeah, the parents reaction usually says a lot. If a child is screaming and the parents are clearly trying to DO something about the situation, we're all uncomfortable but feel a bit sorry. If the parent just don't give a flying fish about it, it adds a layer of anger.

By  crsyldy  |  18

I’m actually feeling heartbroken for that poor boy and his mother. He’s desperate for boundaries and structure and his mother doesn’t know how to give him what he needs. I’m not even blaming her because he sounds incredibly strong willed and if she’s not that’s going to be so hard for her. Young kids aren’t assholes on purpose, they’re generally doing the best they know how to communicate their needs. Especially if he has emotional issues that would be incredibly difficult to even determine what he needs, much less give it to him. This is so so sad.

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