Updated: January 11, 2020 8:33:21 am
A heartwrenching video of a child running on the ledge of a building in Tenerife, Spain has gone viral on social media.
The 18-second video, tweeted by Radio presenter Jer Dixon, features a toddler climbing out from a window of a fourth-floor apartment and scurrying along the ledge towards the balcony before making her way back inside the building.
According to a Metro report, police are looking for the parents of the little girl after the video went viral.
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Watch the video here:
This is absolutely terrifying to watch. Apparently recorded in Tenerife… I always try to book ground floor rooms when on hols with the kids.. you can see why pic.twitter.com/Vxlps0aoYJ
— Jer Dixon (@JeremyDixonDJ) January 6, 2020
Viewed over nine lakh times, the video has prompted angry reactions online with many calling out the parents’ carelessness. “Thank God the toddler didn’t fall, would have regretted watching, parents should be careful, toddlers can be difficult to take care times bcoz they want to try anything they watch and are very inquisitive,” wrote a user while commenting on the viral post,
I didn’t know my anxiety could reach that level! 🤯
— Ricky Moretti 🧔🏻 (@FormallyRicky) January 6, 2020
Wheres the parents
— Tam the bam (@Tamthebam11) January 6, 2020
Thank God the toddler didn’t fall, would have regretted watching, parents should be careful, toddlers can be difficult to take care atimes bcoz they want to try anything they watch, and are very inquisitive
— Israel (@israe20) January 6, 2020
Sweet Jesus that is horrific, I feel sick …..
— Geraldine Herbert (@GerHerbert1) January 6, 2020
Jelly legs watching this 😱
— Georgina (@Georgina87x) January 6, 2020
I can’t watch. Terrifying!
— Barra Best (@barrabest) January 6, 2020
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