Some young people probably between the ages of 18 and 25 years have been recorded on camera playing with a little boy, probably between the ages of 7 and 10 years old. However, the kind of play they were demonstrating in the video was very dangerous and deadly.
Watching the video carefully, you can see that these people were playing a jump rope game. Instead of using a rope, these people were using the small boy as a rope. One person holds the legs and another person holds the hands. They were using this boy as a skipping rope as they twirl him up and down.
How is this game played? Each time the rope twirls, another person joins in the jumping. So you start with one jumper, then two, and so on, until the chain is broken and there's a missed jump. As a result of this, using a boy as a skipping rope is very dangerous because, with a miss, the person will jump and step on the boy's stomach and probably kill him.
Some social media users after coming across this video said that the adults using the small boy for this kind of dangerous game must be arrested. Others said that what they are doing shows that they lack common sense. How can you use a human being as a skipping rope?
Check out some of the reactions from some Ghanaians below:
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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