Parents put son on sale in online store

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In Darwin, Australia parents put up his son for sale in the online store for AUD $ 50 (2,2 thousand). Reported by the News.com.au.

In the caption to the ad posted on website Gumtree in the toy section, says that “the baby is in good health,” and attached a photo of the child. Also the sellers indicated delivery address, and noted the function of the self.

Users of the Internet platform was shocked to see this ad because according to the rules on the website Gumtree it is forbidden to put people at the sale.

Later, the ad was removed.

Earlier it was reported that the inhabitant of the British city of Wakefield has posted on the eBay ad to sell his wife. In the caption to the lot the man complained about the behavior of a spouse who, in his opinion, did not show enough care during his illness. As the positive qualities of the father of two children indicated a good complexion sweetheart and skills in cooking.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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