Parents forget child at airport

 Listen to this ridiculous news…!

BBC News: Parents forget child at airport

Staff at Ben Gurion Airport in Israel have found a four-year-old girl alone in a duty-free shop after her parents accidentally took a plane without her.

The parents boarded the flight to Paris with four of their five children.

The mother and father were sitting in different parts of the aircraft and did not realise their mistake until the captain informed them after take-off.

The girl was put on the next flight to Paris. The parents will be questioned when they return to Israel.

“It is usual that travellers in a rush forget their luggage but not a child. This never happens,” AFP news agency quoted a police official as saying.

A flight attendant escorted the girl on her eventual flight to Paris

A flight attendant escorted the girl on her eventual flight to Paris.

original article

There are some things that you can’t “accidentally forget,” especially if something that you are forgetting is your own child

Ever since kindergarten, I have been told that I’m sometimes forgetful. Either I get too excited or just too silly when I forget to take my cellphone, for example. My 4th grade teacher even wrote on my evaluation that I forgot to bring materials for art classes quite often. Now that I’m a high school student, I do better in remembering the deadlines, the money I’m in charge of as treasurer and my special ipod. Forgetting things is one of those painful habits you couldn’t bare when you were a little kid.

…but I’ll never forget my child at an airport.

 

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2 Responses to “Parents forget child at airport”

  1. jaehong90 Says:

    Haha this is awesome ㅋㅋㅋ I should do that later… toughens up the kid

  2. Georgina Ed. Says:

    Yeah I agree Eddie. How do you forget your own child?! It’s like forgetting your head on the coffee table in the morning!

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