Korean couple addicted to online games starved daughter

Source: Internet
Author: User
Keywords Couple daughter addicted to online games
Tags addicted addicted to online games agency applied games internet internet + internet café
According to the Xinhua news Agency, South Korean police 3rd, a couple of South Korea addicted to online games, resulting in 3-month-old daughter unattended was starved home.  Police applied for detention on the day of abandonment of the deadly crime. The police department in the west of the city said that one day last September, when the couple, who were living in the area, returned home from an internet café in the middle of the night, they reported to the police that their 3-month-old daughter had died.  The police found that the child was too skinny, had serious malnutrition symptoms, and began to investigate. Police investigation found that the day, because the child was unwilling to eat powdered milk, the two fists hit the child's head, then went out, leaving the child alone at home for up to 12 hours. The survey also found that the couple often left their children alone at home, the two people to the nearby Internet cafes for a long time to play games, 6-12 hours a day in the Internet café. Feed only 1 times a day to the child, some even expired milk powder. At present, the police have arrested two people.
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