No thanks, mom! The five-year-old boy scribbles on the roof of the medical clinic for two hours after being circumcised in Indonesia
- The boy, presumably five, ran out of the clinic and climbed the roof
- & # 39; This is the first time I have seen a child flee to the top of the roof & # 39 ;, the doctor said
- The boy finally came down after his parents named his favorite teacher
- Eventually the operation went through without struggling, crying or complaining
A young boy scribbled on the roof of a medical clinic and refused to come down after his parents had taken him to be circumcised in Indonesia.
The young person, presumably about five years old, ran out of the clinic and climbed to the roof of the building where he was staying and refused to climb down for two hours.
Dr. Anik Sutari said she had never seen anything like this in all her years of working in the city of Serang, the capital of the province of Banten, on the Indonesian island of Java.
This little Indonesian boy climbed on the roof and refused to come down for two hours when his mother took him to be circumcised
She shared the photo of the boy's stunt on Facebook and admitted that she was astonished at what to do.
& # 39; During my professional history, of the 20 years I have had circumcisions and the thousands of children I have circumcised, this is the first time I have seen a child flee to the top of the roof & # 39; Sutari.
She and the boy's parents were reluctant to follow the frightened boy on the roof in case he tried to run away and fell.
Dr. Anik Sutari said: & # 39; This is the first time I have seen a child flee to the top of the roof & # 39; in 20 years of circumcision
Dr. Sutari said it was only after two o'clock that the parents thought to contact the school teacher of the boy who had a good relationship with him.
She added: "It is true … Once the teacher comes, with a little conviction, the child finally wants to come down.
& # 39; Even more magically, the child walks to the circumcision clinic and positions himself for the procedure without being guided or forced. & # 39;
And dr. Sutari said the boy wasn't struggling, crying or even complaining when she was finally able to circumcise him – three hours later than planned.
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