Mom lets her 2 year old play at home but is threatened with legal action from her Landlord
This is one weird incident you’re about to read about where a mom lets son play at home but ends up getting a complaint letter from her landlord instead. Sapphire Curzon from the United Kingdom couldn’t believe her eyes when she read a complaint letter from her landlord threatening legal action all because her son Callum was playing too loud.
The weirdest thing about the incident is the small little fact that Callum her son is just 2 year old.
1 Shocked at getting a complaint
Sapphire allows Curzon to play with his toys in his room just as any mother would. What she didn’t know was that the little guy made so much noise while playing that it disturbed neighbors who complained about the racket the little boy was making.
It was then that Sapphire received the landlord’s note threatening an ABSO or Anti social behavior order. Now isn’t that hilarious.
2 An anti social 2 year old??? Really??
In the UK, an ABSO is a court order that invited minor punishment for non criminal activity. One wonders if this actually went through, what a judge would say to the anti social brought before him, 2 year old Callum.
Sapphire was shocked at such an action and the fact that her son couldn’t express himself the way he wanted to. When a mom lets son play at home the way he wants, the least thing she expects is neighbors complaining about a 2 year old. “All my son does is run around and play with cars, trucks and building blocks. I find myself now constantly telling him off. But I shouldn’t tell him off because he’s playing. It’s just what a child does. He gets excited.”
3 Poor Callum can’t play anymore
According to Sapphire, the landlord’s letter states that she could get an ABSO because of Callum’s noise. She is scared and frightened as to what going to court would mean as she doesn’t see herself as a criminal. She was just a mom who lets son play at home.
Moreover, Sapphire is also concerned about Callum and has to scold him each time he makes a noise. As a mother, she fears what an ABSO would do to her family.