Viral Video Shows Mother Forcefully Giving Her 2yr A Blunt; Mother In Custody

A viral video that has surfaced today shows a mother giving her child puffs of her marijuana blunt. Within hours of being posted on social media, it has had over 60+ thousand shares!! We have identified the mother in the video. Her name is Bree Bhadd from Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

We have notified the police and found out she has been taken into custody shortly ago and the baby is now safe.

Raleigh police posted on their facebook page:

We will update the story when we have more details. To keep up with new viral news like our page on Facebook Viral Audience!

 

Viral video shows nursing home worker forcing elderly women to sleep by throwing her into bed

A video sent into us by a Facebook user shows a nursing home worker being very rude and abusive towards an elderly lady. In the video it starts out with a women forcefully putting on the elderly lady’s sleeping gown. The elderly lad then goes on to say she does not want to go to sleep right now, that is when the workers grabs her by the head and throws her into bed. The elderly in shock says “are you crazy?”. The worker quickly responds with “Yes i am crazy!!!!!!” then disrespectfully turns of the lights and goes out the door. We suspect the individual recording the video is in on this abusive behavior because she rudely says bye at the end of the video like she is perfectly okay with what just happen, in fact it sounded like she found it funny. This video has just surfaced and we are the very first to upload it on social media we would appreciate if you shared this so we can find the individuals responsible for this cruel act!!

 

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Police respond to viral video of homeless man kicked out of McDonald’s

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Myrtle Beach police are responding to a Facebook video that has been viewed millions of times of an officer asking a man, who appears to be homeless, to leave a McDonald’s restaurant after someone paid for his meal.

five-minute video was posted to Facebook Wednesday morning just after 11 a.m. The video shows a Myrtle Beach Police officer speaking with a man who is sitting at a booth eating his meal. The officer tells the man that after he finishes his meal he must leave the restaurant and can never return.

The video, less than 24 hours after being posted, has been viewed more than 18 million times.

The man who filmed and posted the video told the officer he personally paid for the man’s food and was not asked for money after the officer indicated several people called police complaining about the presumably homeless man asking for cash in an area outside the restaurant.

The man filming can be heard telling the McDonald’s staff that they “suck” for kicking a homeless man out of the restaurant, which ultimately leads to a restaurant manager telling the man filming he also has to leave for being “disorderly.”

After requesting a refund, the man who posted the video is handed a paper bag by the manager to bag his food. The man requests a refund once again, to which the police officer explains she can’t mandate the restaurant give him a refund and he needs to “get [his] stuff and leave.”

The video concludes with the video taker and the homeless man getting into a vehicle to go somewhere else to have lunch.

Myrtle Beach Police Captain Joey Crosby confirms the incident occurred at a Myrtle Beach McDonald’s restaurant and officers were dispatched to the location after receiving a call from a McDonald’s employee claiming a man was in the parking lot asking people for money.

When the officer arrived at McDonald’s, an employee told the officer the man was now inside the restaurant and the employee wanted the man to receive a trespass warning and removed from the establishment.

Capt. Crosby confirms that both the man eating and the man filming the incident were asked to leave McDonald’s and told they cannot come back.

WBTW reached out to the owner of the McDonald’s restaurant for comment on the incident. McDonald’s owner Joel Pellicci provided the following statement:

At my restaurant, the goal is to provide our customers with a positive and welcoming experience each time they visit. Unfortunately, the individual in this video has a history of disruptive behavior and has been asked to leave by management and police on several occasions. His unpredictable behaviors have created significant concerns for the safety and comfort of our employees and customers. Whereas we are compasionate [sic] of the individuals [sic] situation and admirable of the customers  [sic] generosity, the restaurant acted to remove an individual that has a long history of disruptive and unacceptable behaviors which have negatively affected customer experiences.

9-Month-Old Baby Found on NY Road, Teen Mom Arrested

A teenage mom after her 9-month-old baby was found crawling in a busy roadway in upstate New York, police say.

Officers saw a video on Facebook of the infant alone in the street Friday night, Utica Police Department Lt. Bryan Coromato told the Observer-Dispatch.

The video shows good Samaritans stopping their cars to attend to the crying baby. One man picks up the child.

The 17-year-old mother told investigators the baby was in the back seat of the car when she left the area but “a short time later” looked back and didn’t see her baby, Coromato said.

Police didn’t identify the mom. She returned to the scene and was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

The baby was taken to a hospital.