On Monday, the Jezebel vertical Kitchenette published one of its series of reader-submitted restaurant horror story posts. But one stood out from the pack. Submitted by Lou Bergen, it relayed the story of an elderly couple or was it? Every 20 seconds, the man stretches his neck and starts looking for his waiter which is me. I make some remark about re-doubling my efficiency.
Mother ‘deliberately put son, 4, in hot car then locked it after he “acted out”‘
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Police in Emporia are still investigating Friday's incident. Blondia Curry, 30, said she was taking her children to stay with various family members Friday before work when she got a call that led to tragedy. That's what I believe threw me off," the mother of four said. After she dropped them off, she said she drove to her job at Domino's Pizza on Market Drive in Emporia -- forgetting to drop off her baby at another relative's home. Police believe baby Dameer was left in his mother's car about five hours, between 4 p. Witnesses and later police and EMS attempted to revive the child, but it was too late.
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An American mother who sparked international condemnation when she was filmed pouring hot sauce into her adopted son's mouth on a popular US television show has been found guilty of child abuse. Jessica Beagley, a year-old mother of six, showed little emotion as an Anchorage, Alaska jury found her guilty. Beagley aired the homemade video, filmed by her daughter, on the nationally televised "Dr. Phil" show last November. Outraged viewers phoned police after watching the shocking footage, which showed Beagley pouring hot sauce into the mouth of her seven-year-old Russian-born adopted son's mouth.