Woman Hangs Her Baby Over Bar Stool Like A Bag While She Enjoying A Drink With A Man And People Are Furious About It

A reckless mom was photographed having a drink with a man at a bar, while she left her baby hanging on a stool like a grocery bag.

The baby looks very small and the photo is about two years old, but it is circling the web once again, according to Daily Mail. People seem to be dumbfounded by the mother’s actions, and in such a situation it wouldn’t really take much time for something to go horribly wrong.

Originally shared on the ‘Mildly Infuriating‘ Reddit page the photo has more than 3000 likes and many comments from worried people.

One person wrote:

“Why are these people so desperate to forget they have a kid with them that they have to hide it like a coat you don’t want to deal with?” 

Another chimed in by asking:

“They can’t hold the baby in a lap or strap it to one of their bodies or put it in a high chair as parents do?”

A third commenter wrote:

“As a parent with a toddler and a 3-month-old… what the f**k? No. Your child isn’t a backpack or coat. Don’t hang them casually on a bar stool.” 

Woman Hangs Her Baby Over Bar Stool Like A Bag While She Enjoying A Drink With A Man And People Are Furious About It

People just couldn’t wrap their hands around the whole situation, mainly because the baby was facing away from its mother. 

Another person went on to say:

 “I just picture someone walking by and hitting it in the head pretty hard. So unsafe. Idiot parents.”

One more added:

“‘I’ve tried this move enough times in airports. Spoiler alert: when you get up, the stool is going to fall over.” 

By the looks of it, after all the baby was alright, despite the commotion caused by the photo. We can only hope that this was a one-off and the mother hasn’t done something similar since.

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