Crimewatch – The Baby Version

Shocking pictures of a ferocious and unprovoked attack on a young woman in London this evening.  The victim, a mother in her twenties, was reading to her young twins when she was set upon by the assailant. The shocked woman suffered scratches and bites before having her hair viciously pulled. The victim was left severely rumpled after the attack. Her husband, who witnessed the whole attack, was too busy uploading images of the attack to Facebook to be able to assist.

The attacker is described as being approximately 2ft tall, bald, toothless and wearing a romper suit with dribble stains at the neckline. He fled the scene but was later seen in Bath and is now believed to have travelled up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire. People with long hair and delicate teeth are advised not to approach him.

The victim fortunately required no medical attention and is now recovering with a large glass of wine and a bag of Cadbury’s Caramel Nibbles.

CCTV captured the following shocking images. Do you recognise this person? Have you suffered similar violence at the hands of your children?



Comments (8)

  • I shouldn’t laugh but brilliant post I couldn’t help it…. I remember one of mine doing similar things! Hope you’ve recovered well and the attacker doesnt reattack ?

  • Haha!! I love this and yes — I have suffered the same kind of fate in the hands of a mini attacker, more than once. Usually consisting of being head butted in the eye. Someone should report these tiny thugs!! Thanks so much for linking up with us on #TwinklyTuesday

  • A brilliantly written post! love it! #TwinklyTuesday

  • This is brilliant, I love it. I was giggling along recognising it all haha! After being used as a bouncy castle just recently, my internal lady bits were actually so sore I think they were bruised!! Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

  • Haha. I think there’s a crime wave stretching the length of the country involving a whole gang of these tiny hooligans! I know I’ve been a victim of their violence as have many I know.


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