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Kid gets trapped in claw machine

Child gets stuck in arcade machine, proving kids will try anything!
By Scott Dunlop

Pic: Youtube

Article originally in Parent24
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This short video on Youtube of a child INSIDE an arcade claw machine (you know, the ones where you have to operate a claw crane to grab a toy?) is pretty disturbing. As far as we can tell, it isn’t staged, as his mom seems quite distressed. Take a look for yourself and see if you think this is simply an adventurous kid (he seems happy) or something more sinister:

Video via Youtube

Water slide disaster

In case you haven’t had enough of seeing kids trapped (shame on you!) here’s a video of two kids stuck on a massive water slide. Watch to see if it has a happy ending…

Video via Youtube

Potty-seat-on-head kid

Kids get stuck all the time. It’s just part of exploring the environment. Who hasn’t ever looked at something like a potty seat and wondered if it will make a good hat? Well, not me, but this kid did:

Video via Youtube

Personal confession time

To be honest, I did have to get a ladder rescue from my dad when a nail hooked onto my shorts as I was jumping out of a tree as a child, leaving me suspended high above the ground with arms and legs dangling, and my own son got his head stuck in the bars of a restaurant chair. Fortunately, neither of those events were recorded on video.

Has your child ever been stuck somewhere?

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