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Australia Shocking moment a toddler climbs onto a fourth-storey balcony ledge in Sydney's south as horrified passers-by watch on

04:15  06 december  2019
04:15  06 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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a tall building: A toddler has horrified onlookers after being seen perched perilously on the balcony ledge of a fourth-storey apartment© Provided by Daily Mail A toddler has horrified onlookers after being seen perched perilously on the balcony ledge of a fourth-storey apartment A passer-by has captured the heart-stopping moment a toddler perched perilously on the balcony ledge of a fourth-storey apartment.

The shocking photo showed the small child climbing along the edge of the top-floor balcony in Sydney's south at about 6am on Thursday morning.

Sharing the discovery in a community social media group, the resident who took the photo underlined the importance of not leaving your child unattended.

'I cannot stress this enough, if you have a child and live somewhere of heights please keep an eye on them,' the post read.

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A Chinese toddler has cheated death after crawling dangerously on the tiny ledge out of a five- storey window. In a shocking video emerged on Chinese media today, the child is seen getting stuck on the ledge , and at one point the child stood up and looked through the window into the flat.

The toddler doesn't seem worried or frightened by his closeness to the edge of the 11.8 inch-wide strip. Terrifying footage has emerged showing a little boy exploring a concrete ledge high above the street The video shows two toddlers , one behind a discarded door, and one outside a fourth floor

'I woke up to this at 6am this morning and didn't want to yell her down in case she fell.'

Other members of the community Facebook group were equally stunned by the lack of parental control.

One resident who said they lived opposite the apartment said they too had seen the toddler clambering dangerously over the balcony only the day before.

'I saw this as well! I'm opposite them! But when I looked she was on the air con (unit).  It was on Wednesday evening - not this morning, so it's not the first time,' the neighbour wrote.

a screenshot of a cell phone© Provided by Daily Maila screenshot of a cell phone: Other members of the community Facebook group were equally stunned by the lack of parental control© Provided by Daily Mail Other members of the community Facebook group were equally stunned by the lack of parental control

Others, meanwhile, chastised the youngster's parents for not sufficiently child-proofing the apartment.

'Pretty easy if you leave the balcony door unlocked. Furniture on a balcony and young kids is not a good mix either,' one said.


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