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Daycare teacher throws a child viciously to the ground

By alice101   Saturday, November 19, 2016   20,906   136   34



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Security footage of a 5-year-old child getting thrown to the ground by his daycare teacher is shocking many people in Korea. 

The Gyeongnam Police Department announced on November 16 that they have arrested a daycare teacher, surname Hwang, who is accused of grabbing the 5-year-old boy by his arms and throwing him onto the ground on November 11 inside the daycare facility. 

In the released footage, Hwang can be seen lifting up the boy and then throwing him on the floor. She then drags the boy into a dark room nearby. The police report states that Hwang testified, "The boy went out of my control and was running around the entrance of the daycare, so I disciplined him." 

When the boy's parents picked him up, they found their son with a bloody nose and bruises. The parents, shocked, uploaded the security footage of the abuse that they had obtained onto an online community, seeking support and help from others. They wrote, "When we asked the daycare what had happened, they said that our son fell and hit his face on a plastic chair. But when we went to a hospital, the doctor said that the injury would take 2 weeks to heal. Besides the physical injury, our child could not sleep for several days."  

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The daycare center has since removed the teacher but they're still claiming, "There were some rough actions but there was no abuse." 

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intricate Sunday, November 20, 2016

Usually it's pretty clear the school/teacher is at fault but in this case? It looks more like an accident than abuse to be honest. The teacher shouldn't have lifted the boy up that high, as it's pretty obvious the boy would've lost his balance. But it also seems like it wasn't really the intent of the teacher to actually throw the boy onto the ground. Perhaps the boy was a lot lighter than she expected, or perhaps she didn't realize her own strength in the heat of the moment.. no idea. But abuse? And then she placed the boy in the room on the side, she didn't drag him at all, she lifted him up and carried him there and put him down normally. This wasn't abuse either. And during the disciplining she lowered herself to his eye height to make sure the boy understood what she was telling him... all these things point to a teacher who knew exactly how to get through to the boy in order to discipline him. So where is the abuse here? The only moment where you could even suggest some form of aggression was when she more or less dropped the kid at the start, causing him to stumble (because it definitely wasn't a throw), after that it was all very straightforward discipline. I'm not sure how that kid got a bloody nose and bruises, but wherever he got those, it's unlikely from anything that you can see on the video. Perhaps something happened before that? I don't know...

Ryen Sunday, November 20, 2016

It's one thing to discipline a child for bad behavior, but it becomes a problem if discipline becomes abuse. Disciplining a child should not result in physical injuries, and the fact that the school tried to cover it up by lying made it even worse.

Jarhon (Banned) Sunday, November 20, 2016

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kkapyul Sunday, November 20, 2016

Wtf I is  going on with these teachers nowadays and them being so violent?! 😩😩

Jarhon (Banned) kkapyul Sunday, November 20, 2016

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youcangoeatshit Sunday, November 20, 2016

Confucianism at it again.

SuperFly_Snuka Sunday, November 20, 2016

Korean savages pt 9

melon Saturday, November 19, 2016

What's the definition of throw? Picking up and actually throwing? Did she pick him up by his arm? Can people please quit their childcare job if they hate it so much. Stop bashing the kids. I think a lot of naughty kids came from bad parenting. Leaving their kid at childcare and think yes I'll get on with my busy life childcare will take care of the kids. There's so many News about kids getting abused at childcare. Sometimes you wonder why. Abusing kids is wrong on so many levels but why are these children so naughty that drive people to even want to abuse them?

BBVIPsarang Saturday, November 19, 2016

Those people should just rot in hell, their disciplining a child like that..if they can't handle kids behaviors like that they shouldn't work for daycare...

melon BBVIPsarang Saturday, November 19, 2016

Bad parenting is in play. Parents leave their kids at. Childcare cos they're busy with work or life. You can't have childcare Lady looking after many children to discipline your child for you. I think these childcare lady is having a hard time because of so many fail parents. With that said abusing these children is so wrong. They should just quit their job if they hate it. Honestly this happens everywhere and I think the real reason for this is poor parenting

ebilfairy melon Saturday, November 19, 2016

Seriously? You are seriously blaming the parents for the abusers actions? How do you know these children are misbehaving? Are you a fly on the wall that you can see everything that is going on? No you are not, you have ZERO idea about what is going on in the daycare centers. As for people being bad parents for leaving their kids there, where exactly would you like the parents to leave them? Cos I'm pretty sure if they don't work they can't afford to feed or cloth the child or they are called lazy people for not getting a job. Maybe you should go out an educate yourself before you start judging people.

Ryen melon Sunday, November 20, 2016

Have you ever worked in daycare? If not, then stop making groundless and ignorant assumptions. And seriously? Shaming parents for leaving their children at daycare so they can work? WTF is wrong with you? You obviously have no idea how expensive it is to raise a child in the 21st century. Stop being such a clueless and judgmental prick until you have a family of your own, or you've actually worked with children.

BBVIPsarang melon Tuesday, November 22, 2016

So it's the parents fault then?? Is it the parents that assign those people to work at a daycare?? Is it the parents fault that those childcare ladies are having a hard time taking care of childrens?? of course not!!! Those people took the job in the daycare so they should know the responsibilities they had to do and face the difficulties.. Those childcare ladies choose that field of work not the parents....

neoncolors_0 Saturday, November 19, 2016

It's one thing being "rough" with children that you're paid to look after, and another thing leaving them with bruises, nosebleeds and post traumatic stress syndrome.

bangeryun94 Saturday, November 19, 2016

This is bullshit.  It's from a series with a voice over.  Jesus Christ how bloody hard is it to find real news.

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