I would have gotten my ass beat if I had done this to my mom, or anyone for that matter. This is just more proof that children these days are so spoiled and entitled, they can get away with physical harm. And all of this over not being able to play on a cell phone!
Here are some entitlement behaviors parents can recognize and hopefully stop before their children start beating them. Unfortunately, it has become a sickness in America and has flowed over into every part of life.
1. I want it now.
2. I don’t want to work for it.
3. I don’t have to clean up my mess.
4. I want it because everyone else has it.
5. I expect you to fix all my problems.
Shanghaiist has the story:
The short clip shows the boy’s grandmother trying to defend the mom from her son’s temper tantrum. According to online reports, it was recorded at a hospital in Guangzhou. After viewing the footage, a reporter says that the boy looks to be about 10 years old and was mad at his mom for now allowing him to play on the phone.
As an unintended consequence of its one-child policy, China has become infamous for its so-called “little emperors,” only children that are given everything they need by their parents except discipline. After watching the video, one expert expressed that this kind of thing is happening more and more often in China and that parents need to do a better job of disciplining their kids.
“It is the parents that are at fault here, not the child. They need to show the boy how to behave,” commented one Weibo user.
“If this were my kid, I would beat the snot out of him,” another netizen writes.