Airport's security officer saves a baby in an amazing catch

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+14 1. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Lightening reactions. Must have been a rattle snake in a previous life. :D
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+7 2. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

Your baby is not laundry!
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+10 3. Gondy10 commented 7 years ago

..And the guy who is busy wearing his jacket was immediately announced in the airport as "Father of the Year" >:)
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+15 4. PaterSin commented 7 years ago

so they scanned the baby for bombs? :D
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+13 5. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

Yeah #(removed comment) I'm sure a baby's soft head hitting the marble like floor is a totally natural and character building...

If you are the guy saying: "Oh look little Susi is gonna get hit by a freight train.... that will teach her!" I'm sure there was no security guy to catch you when you needed it.
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+7 6. cosminb commented 7 years ago

#(removed comment) sure, let the baby drop on the hard floor... :O

Even if it's against nature, I don't think you would want to subject a toddler to nature's selection process. Like it or not, you, as a parent/adult, are part of that process, and we, as humans, need to care for and protect our young. The toddler didn't do any mistake here, the parent did. Don't take me wrong, I get what you're saying, it just doesn't apply here...
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+6 7. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

#6 it's not even against nature... most mothers protect their offspring in the animal world. You can't just assume that a child will learn from this... you can't just cut Billy's hand with a knife so that he learns knifes are dangerous...

Also I'm sure the kid will fall many, many times in his life and learn that falling is bad... that was not a once in a lifetime turning point in his life...
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+4 8. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#(removed comment) A child falling a metre onto a hard floor could and often do break bones. Try lying across a work surface in your kitchen and getting a friend (if you have one) to push you off onto your face and see how much damage you do :'( By the way to help you with further comments it's too 'MANY' action movies. It's like 'A' volleyball player. It's 'Catch' a child. It's not even 'A' one metre fall. It's 'THE' Behaviour of grown ups is against nature (no THE there). It's people 'LEARN' by 'MAKING' mistakes (So you will have learnt a lot from this comment won't you). It's prevent too 'MANY' mistakes. It's e.g. 'BEING' super protective. It's 20kg 'OF' or 'ODD OF' safety shit. It's and even later in adult 'LIFE'. It's probably 'RECOGNISE' danger or feel fear. And finally it's a regular 'PSYCHOPATH' although there is no such thing as a regular psychopath and you certainly wouldn't become one by being caught when falling off a bench by a kindly security guard :*
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+2 9. spynode commented 7 years ago

#(removed comment) and the guy in video who seems to be father of this child should be prohibited to have offsprings. For several reasons...
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+3 10. loadme commented 7 years ago

looks like #(removed comment) also fell from tables in his childhood from time to time :D
so he is saying "let the baby fall, it will grow stronger from his dads fail" ? or does he say "the father will learn from this, if his baby gets knocked out from time to time"? LOL

dude, the baby didnt hit its head. the father already is embarrassed, so everyone came out fine.
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0 11. drunkmonk commented 7 years ago

That would've been so sad if he would've fell
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+1 12. Teqskater commented 7 years ago

hey, about a baby's skull. Baby's have more skull parts than adults do. When you get around your 20's they are all conneted. Baby's are in that fact alone more vurnable then adults.
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-1 13. saturas commented 7 years ago

all of you bitching about my removed comment are forgeting one important thing - a baby does not weight 60kg, and his bones are not made from paper. Do you even realize that all babies and children usually fall down in the incomparable better (mean safer) way than the adults does. So I still believe that the baby would be fine even after hitting the floor.
About the baby's skull - it hase the same amount of bones - 22. Only difference is that the baby's skull has some kind of gaps between some of them filled by fontanelas (ligament lamellas) which disapper in the age of 2, not 20 ;)
Anyway I am happy I forced you kids to think at least.