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Russian boy, eight, has surgically removed buckwheat

Russian boy, eight, has surgically removed buckwheat from his knees after being forced to kneel on grain for NINE HOURS by cruel stepfather who punished him for being home late

  • Sergey Kazakov punished the boy by forcing him to kneel on a pile of cereal seeds
  • The boy's mother Alina Yumasheva admitted that she had approved the sentence
  • The couple is now being tried after the boy has run to a female neighbor for help

An eight-year-old boy had to have buckwheat surgically removed from his knees after his stepfather forced him to kneel on a pile of grain seeds in Russia.

Sergey Kazakov, 35, punished the boy for coming home late by having him kneel on the grain for nine consecutive hours, causing seeds to take root in his bloody knees.

The crop had to be surgically removed under general anesthesia in a hospital in Omsk, Russia.

Kazakov also kicked the boy and pulled his hair while he knelt and the boy's mother Alina Yumasheva admitted she had approved the punishment.

Injury: Buckwheat rooted on the knees of an eight-year-old boy (photo) after being forced to kneel on his seed for nine consecutive hours by his stepfather

Injury: Buckwheat rooted on the knees of an eight-year-old boy (photo) after being forced to kneel on his seed for nine consecutive hours by his stepfather

The mother of the boy Alina Yumashev

The mother of the boy Alina Yumashev

Sergey Kazakov

Sergey Kazakov

Suspects: the boy's mother Alina Yumasheva (photo left with her son) said she had approved the punishment delivered by her partner Sergey Kazakov (right)

Yumasheva claimed that she and Kazakov discovered the form of punishment on the internet.

The mother told the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper: & I checked it myself and set up an experiment.

& # 39; I knelt on it. It didn't hurt me. So he (Kazakov) was allowed to apply this punishment. & # 39;

According to sources, however, the boy had to kneel on grains placed on & # 39; rough sandpaper & # 39; lay people and he heard crying & # 39; it hurts & # 39; when he was kicked by his stepfather.

The couple also starved the boy for up to four days at a time, state researchers claim.

Kazakov told the police that he had once imposed the sentence, but some deleted videos were traced on his phone, researchers say.

& # 39; Punishment & # 39 ;: The boy's stepfather punished him for coming home late by having him kneel nine consecutive hours, causing cereal seeds to take root on his bloody knees

& # 39; Punishment & # 39 ;: The boy's stepfather punished him for coming home late by having him kneel nine consecutive hours, causing cereal seeds to take root on his bloody knees

& # 39; Punishment & # 39 ;: The boy's stepfather punished him for coming home late by having him kneel nine consecutive hours, causing cereal seeds to take root on his bloody knees

Accused: Yumasheva (shown in court) and Kazakov, a computer programmer, are now being tried in Omsk

Accused: Yumasheva (shown in court) and Kazakov, a computer programmer, are now being tried in Omsk

Accused: Yumasheva (shown in court) and Kazakov, a computer programmer, are now being tried in Omsk

The boy's ordeal came to light when he fled the family home and begged a female neighbor to help.

She called in doctors because of the horrific wounds on the knees of the child from whom blood flowed.

Kazakov, a computer programmer and Yumasheva are now being tried in Omsk.

The couple is examined for torture, which damages the health of the boy and does not properly educate the boy.

He was taken into custody and she was forbidden to leave her house pending criminal investigation.

Victim: the boy (photo) had to surgically remove the buckwheat from his knees under general anesthesia in a hospital in Omsk, Russia

Victim: the boy (photo) had to surgically remove the buckwheat from his knees under general anesthesia in a hospital in Omsk, Russia

Victim: the boy (photo) had to surgically remove the buckwheat from his knees under general anesthesia in a hospital in Omsk, Russia

Kazakov (photo) told the police that he had once imposed the sentence, but some deleted videos were traced on his phone, researchers say

Kazakov (photo) told the police that he had once imposed the sentence, but some deleted videos were traced on his phone, researchers say

Kazakov (photo) told the police that he had once imposed the sentence, but some deleted videos were traced on his phone, researchers say

After a month in the hospital, however, the boy is again in her care, say Russian reports.

This despite the fact that the boy and his nurse begged the hospital: & # 39; Do you want me to live in a good family now? & # 39;

The child's class teacher, Olga Pidzhakova, said the boy was academically smart, but she believed he had been afraid to complain.

& # 39; He is a good, positive child, & # 39; she said. & # 39; His mother constantly attends parent meetings, comes when I call.

& # 39; He is always clean and nicely dressed.

& # 39; Neither I nor other teachers or children even knew he was being bullied at home. Only now do I notice that he was just afraid of complaining to us. & # 39;

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