A Teen Mom star shared horrifying images of the moment she feared her child would be kidnapped by a stranger while enjoying a day in the park.
Ammersen Chambers, who appeared in the Australian version of the hit show as Ammi Jayde, enjoyed a picnic with a friend on Thursday in Cardinia Reservoir Park, southeast of Melbourne.
The 18-year-old mother shared images on social media that show the moment when her son, Jiyah, was approached by a man in the park.
The teenage mother hopes that her experience would be a warning for other young parents to be wary of their children in public.
Teen Mom Australia & Ammi Jayde (left) had a picnic with a friend in Cardinia Reservoir Park when a man approached her son Jiyah
While they were in the park, the man and a female passenger drove past the group and whistled out the window before they returned ten minutes later
As she enjoyed her time in the park, Mrs. Chambers saw a car circling the area before the stranger approached her and asked her to pick up her child.
& # 39; Jiyah being Jiyah was exploring all the time & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook.
Mrs. Chambers saw the man and a female passenger for the first time as they drove past the group and whistled out the window.
Ten minutes later they came back and sat in the parking lot, looking at Mrs. Chambers and her children, the mother said.
Footage shows the curious little boy wandering to the car, unaware of any potential danger.
Mrs. Chambers said it was at this time that the man was starting a conversation with her.
& # 39; He then asked how I was and as he jumped out of the car, he said, "I love children, can I show my girlfriend?" and tried to pick up Jiyah, & Jayde said.
The video shows the man getting out of his car and approaching the young boy before he bends over to pick him up.
The images are broken while Mrs. Chambers' friend, Taylah Graham, calls on the couple to leave the young mother and her children alone.
Cooling images show the man who gets out of his car and approaches the young boy before he bends over to pick him up
The 18-year-old is at Teen Mom Australia, here she is posing photos with ex-bachelor participant and winner Alex Nation
Ammersen Chambers, who appeared in the Australian version of the hit show as Ammi Jayde, enjoyed a pinic with a friend in Cardinia Reservoir Park on Thursday.
Although the 18-year-old had her newborn in her arms, she said she could have caught Jiyah quickly before the man came to them.
& # 39; I also had Nakoah in my arms, so it could have been very different & # 39 ;, Jayde said.
She reported the incident to the police, but because the man didn't touch Jiyah, they told her they couldn't help.
Mrs. Chambers played in the recent Australian season of Teen Mom and was the youngest of the mothers in the show.
She was described by MTV as & # 39; fiery and as brutally honest as they come & # 39 ;.
Mrs. Chambers gave birth to Jiyah in February 2018 with her childhood friend Jordan Hayes.
Although the 18-year-old had her newborn in her arms, she managed to catch Jiyah quickly before the man came to them
The 18-year-old recently gave birth to her second boyfriend Jordan Hayes, her childhood boyfriend
Mrs. Jayde reported the incident to the police, but since the man did not touch Jiyah, nothing can be done
Shortly after the show was announced in May, she revealed that she was expecting her second child.
& # 39; I could also announce that baby # 2 is coming in September, & # 39; she wrote to Instagram.
Earlier this month, Ms. Chambers and her friend announced the birth of their second son, Nakoah, who is flowing over him on Instagram.
& # 39; Jiyah loves little Nakoah so much, & # 39; she wrote on September 2, sharing a selfie of her children.
& # 39; And just like that, he's already a week old. & # 39;
Mrs. Chambers lives with her older sister Katya, who, according to her challenges, causes the young Melbourne family.
Mrs. Jayde published updates of her pregnancy on Instagram before giving birth a few weeks ago
Shocking video that every parent needs to watch: Baby girl walks away from a playground with a complete stranger in a hair-raising experiment
A child ran away with a stranger on a playground in a kidnapping experiment that every parent should see.
Parents Rowena and Patrick Cooke from Queensland decided to put their children to the test at a local playground.
Former police officer Brett Lee, who hunted for 22 years and locked up the predators of children, approached Georgia, seven, and her eight-year-old brother, Mitchel.
Former police officer Brett Lee, who spent 22 years hunting and locking up child predators, approached Georgia (photo)
The experiment, filmed by the Today Show, shows that Lee is walking to Georgia and asks if she has seen his puppy.
While her mother & # 39; on the phone & # 39; and looks away from the playground, Georgia falls for the fall.
& # 39; Can you take a look with me? & # 39; Mr. Lee can be heard showing him his dog leash.
Lee knows exactly what to say to young children and manages to walk away from the playground with Georgia in tow.
Mr. Lee's actions were so effective that even after she was returned to her mother and explained what could have happened to her, Georgia still wanted to help the stranger find the puppy.
When Mr. Lee approached the eight-year-old and asked him to help find the puppy, Mitchel told the stranger to leave him alone & # 39; and ran to his parents (photo)
While the young girl fell for the fall of the stranger, her brother, Mitchel, reacted differently.
Mrs. Cooke also said she was shocked after Sterling Free abducted a seven-year-old from a Kmart in North Brisbane last December.
& # 39; It broke my heart to think that my girl is the same age as this girl, & # 39; said Mrs. Cooke.
However, Mr. and Mrs. Cooke believed that their son was slightly more & # 39; enabled & # 39; was then Georgia.
& # 39; I think Mitchell would handle it very well. He is quite engaged and wise, & Mr. 39 said, before the experiment.
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