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Since joining the site I haven’t looked back. Reluctant at first, it is one of the best decisions I ever made. A seaside town in Australia is in uproar over the punishment a mother has handed out to her young son, making him wear a sign in public labelling him a thief. I will steal from you as I am a thief,’ the sign around his neck read as he stood in a park in Townsville in Queensland. The boy, aged about 10, remained standing with his head lowered in shame while his family ate lunch nearby. But his humiliation did not end there — he was made to wear Shrek ears and was also seen writing lines, believed to say repeatedly that he would not steal.
While his family may have deemed the public humiliation applicable, parents who saw the boy wearing the sign were appalled. One woman, Diane Mayers, said she was so ‘horrified’ that she contacted the local child safety services. She told the Townsville Bulletin newspaper: ‘The boy just kept his head down and was staring at the ground. A lot of people walked past and were laughing at him. The punishment was also condemned by child psychologist Nicole Pierotti — herself a mother — who said she was shocked that this treatment was used. Humiliation is not the best way to punish the child,’ she said. This gives the child the message that they should be sneakier.
It also makes you wonder what else goes on in the family. Parents are supposed to be the people a child can trust. Miss Pierotti said that if the child had stolen something from a shop, it would have been far more appropriate to make him go back to the premises and admit to what he had done. That would be much better than humiliating him in public,’ she said. Mr Burke sent her crashing to the ground when he slipped in mud during the annual UK wife-carrying race last weekend.
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It’s beyond arrogant to think you can do better than Agatha Christie! Lloyd’s of London over the musician’s cancelled tour. Please forward this error screen to 198. An aged care home nurse accused of doing a ‘happy dance’ at the funeral of an 84-year-old woman has been photographed taking a snapshot of the same woman’s wake on a mobile phone. Charlotte ‘Lottie’ Paluszak passed away while in the care of Carinity Fairfield Grange rest home in Townsville, Queensland, on November 11 last year, shocking those closest to her. Her daughters Petra Andersen and Monika Simpson are now trying to piece together clues in search for answers about their mother’s untimely final days.
As clues emerge, including a photograph of a nurse taking a photo of Lottie’s coffin and claims the staff member — who has since been dismissed, was seen doing a ‘happy dance’ at the funeral, the heartbroken family members are only left with more questions. I’ve taken some photos because I’m sending those to family overseas so I don’t know why anyone else would want to take a photo of mum mum’s coffin? A number of investigations are currently underway into the suspicious deaths of five people, including Ms Paluszak, at the Baptist-run aged care home. Carinity says one of its own staffers raised the alarm last November, sparking the immediate removal of three registered nurses for failing in their duty of care at its Fairfield Grange home. Assessors from the federal government’s Australian Aged Care Quality Agency arrived to carry out a six-day audit of the home two weeks after the nurses were sacked.
The deaths are the subject of ongoing probes by police and the coroner. Ms Paluszak’s family are desperate to learn the truth surrounding the cherished great-grandmother’s untimely death but each new piece of information fails to pinpoint one thing — why their mother is dead. A former staff told A Current Affair off-camera that a senior nurse at the centre of the investigation allegedly gave Lottie an injection of Schedule 8 drugs the day before she died. When Carinity officials became aware of a breach of procedure they immediately sacked those involved and called the police, Channel 9 reported. But it wasn’t until receiving the final bill that the Paluszak family began to think that something may have gone wrong. There were large amounts prescribed for her, I’m not sure how much she was actually given of that, but there was large amounts, which I thought was quite unusual,’ Petra said. Does this CCTV capture ‘janitor’ ghost throwing a broom?