Mother drops her crying baby on the floor to fight her partner in a mall (Video)

A mother dropped her crying baby on the floor in a mall to fight her partner in public.

The very furious mother dropped her baby who is less than one year old so that she could fight her partner in a mall in South Africa.

Lady drops her crying baby on the floor to fight her partner in a mall (Video)


During the fight, the baby was behind the partner and while he was stepping back away from her, he stepped on his child and was immediately trying to rescue the baby. After he picked up the baby, the mother kept on dragging and hitting the man until an elderly woman in the mall pulled the baby away from them.

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Watch the video below.

See reactions below.

***Everything in this video is just wrong. How do we allow ourselves(the lady)to get consumed by anger that we ignore our kids wellbeing? Also we dont know why his being beat but we can agree being beat us abuse

****First slap yeah but if she tried for the second time she would be hospitalized by now 🤞. Big up to that guy for not retaliating, he now has a strong case against that Witch of a woman

****Yazi we have a serious problem of violence as a people. Yes the stats show more women are killed but we cannot ignore the fact that there are men who are subjected to violence by the women in their lives.

**** As men we go through a lot of abuse and most of it is a none violence abuse, but emotionally, verbally and we are being used by women to get what they want ect… The problem is that we too silent about it we keep bottling things in by the time we react things get very messy 😭

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