Residents of Bethelsdorp, Extension 36 in Gqheberha are left speechless after what occurred of their area.A 26-year-old father got arrested for allegedly beating his 10-months-old baby boy with fists on tuesday.According to sources, the daddy chased away the mom of the infant during the night and while she returned home withinside the morning.
She observed her toddler boy deceased at the mattress with bruises all around the body and the father not around.
Apparently the baby boy needed his mom at night and began out crying which indignant the father.The 10-months-old persisted to cry non stop and the father ended up beating the toddler boy with fists.The 26-year-old allegedly killed his toddler due to the fact he could stop crying all night long.The incident honestly taken aback many people and that they hope the regulation will take the problem seriously.
The father will seem in Magistrate's Court on 27 September for the homicide of his very own 10-months-old infant boy.
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Source: Updates With LolahM
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