The parents left their daughter on a desert island to bring her to reason. They did itBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-parents-left-their-daughter-on-a-desert-island-to-bring-her-to-reason-they-did-it
In the good old days, sailors used to use a cruel but fair punishment-maroning. Its essence is that the guilty member of the team was landed on a desert island with a minimum of necessary things for life. This is how the residents of the Chinese province of Shandong decided to punish their 13-year-old daughter. She was sent to the island for bad behavior and laziness.
The child spent two days on the island all alone, and then the girl was saved by a passing fisherman who heard cries for help and reported it to the police. The police went to a secluded island by boat and found a tearful hermit sitting near a fire.
An investigation conducted by law enforcement officers showed that the girl was sent to the island by her parents as an educational measure. It turns out that the schoolgirl was a real receptacle of children's vices – she constantly demanded treats, refused to help around the house, studied poorly and was rude to her father and mother.
The family's patience broke when the girl completely dropped out of school and settled at home on the couch with a smartphone, completely ignoring the calls of her parents to come to their senses. Then, at the family council, it was decided to send the girl who had made a mistake to a desert island.
The father and mother of the child claim that they did not want to harm their child. They gave their daughter matches, cookies and drinking water. Despite the problems with the police, who continue to investigate this unusual case, the child's parents are happy with the radical experiment. They claim that just two days on the island changed the girl.
As for the law enforcement officers, they did not approve of this method of education and called on other fathers and mothers not to take an example from this family. The parents of the Robinson child will not face serious punishment, because everything ended well, but they will have to pay a fine and compensate the police for the costs of conducting a rescue operation.