'Evil Mum' Pins Child Down With Her Foot Before Dragging It Across The Floor In Shocking Video

Tuesday, 07 June 2016 - 14:10


Social services in Guatemala are looking to speak to the woman in the video who appears to be abusing her son.

This is the moment an 'evil mother' trod on her child while it begged for mercy.

The horrific video, shared online, shows the cruel woman pinning the child down with her foot.

Now social services in Guatemala are asking social media users for help to locate the woman.

The video is said to have been filmed in the city of Escuintla, in the south-central Guatemalan Department of the same name.

The State Attorney's Office for Human Rights (PDH) shared the video on their social media page along with the words: "Help us to find this mistreated boy.

The images show a woman, dressed in denim shorts and a green crop top, standing on a little boy who is lying on the ground and who cries as she shouts at him.

Later the boy screams as he is dragged, his bottom on the floor, over the rough ground outside by the same woman.

The video has been seen more than 187,000 times and has sparked outrage from social media users.

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An alarming video from Guatemala shows a poor boy's mother standing on top of him as a punishment
He can only cry out for help when she lifts off her foot, near the southern-central city of Escuintla
It is not clear why the woman dishes out the harsh punishment to her child, reported to be just six years of age

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