Olderman cams china
A hidden camera in an Adelaide nursing home has captured footage of a staff member appearing to attempt to suffocate an 89-year-old man, prompting calls to legalise the installation of cameras in the private rooms of aged care facilities.
Noleen Hausler had been suspicious about her father's bruises but lacked proof to back her complaints that he was being abused in his Adelaide nursing home.
The abuse she recorded led to Lucas' conviction for aggravated assault.
Mr Hausler became a resident of Mitcham Residential Care in 2002.
He is crazy.” Miraculously, given the viciousness of the attack, the boy is reportedly now in a stable condition at Xi’an Children’s Hospital.
He suffered a fractured skull and severe bruising but his life is not in danger, one of his uncles told local media.
He continued his journey, paying no heed to a red light right or to the female motorcyclist waiting at it.
A shocking dash camera video from Taiwan shows an elderly hit-and-run driver injuring two people and crashing into another vehicle in less than 90 seconds.
The 85-year-old man, surnamed Zhuang, was on his way to see a doctor when he hit a transportation worker carrying a heavy load across the road in Kaohsiung on January 12, reported Apple Daily.
Public security officials in Shaanxi province said they had detained Mr Wang, a local man who they said suffered from schizophrenia.
Police could find “no reason” for the attack, they said in an online statement. ” wrote one user of Weibo, China’s answer to Twitter.