This famous phrases seems to be the case of the disturbing photos that have gone viral of a man who appears to be dragging a little girl by her hair in Walmart.
Erika Burch, was shopping when she spotted the man, who she says, had the child's hair 'wrapped around the buggy' as he dragged her down the aisles.
Burch said the child was pleading for the man to stop.
'I promise I won't do it again! Please stop!' Burch said the little girl cried.
She then drew out her phone and took photos of the man and told him to let the of the child
She said he told her 'to mind my own business', which prompted her to say: 'No I'm not! Right now this little girl is my business and you need to let her hair go now!'
The incident occurred at a Walmart in Cleveland, Texas.
Burch said she flagged down an officer and he called his sergeant with the Cleveland Police Department.
The department later posted on Facebook that they had been receiving numerous calls in regards to the incident.
"We want to ensure the community this case is currently being investigated by our Detective Division."
The department said that Child Protective Service (CPS) 'has been contacted per our policy and is also investigating this case'.
Burch wrote in the post that the sergeant told her that the man 'has the right to discipline his children'.
She also added in the post that the sergeant told her for it to be 'abuse there had to be bodily injury to the child'.
Authorities said police and CPS will conduct a joint investigation.
In a follow-up interview with police, Burch claims investigators showed her surveillance video they obtained from Walmart.
“You could see this man drag this little girl ? who’s only like 5 years old ? from one end of Walmart all the way to the other,” she said. “What makes it worse is that this child is supposedly autistic.”
While a majority of the responses to Burch’s Facebook post applaud her intervention, a handful of commenters have sympathized with the child’s father.
“What’s wrong with this country is people should mind their own business,” one defensive commenter wrote. “The kid was being [an] ass and he held her hair to the cart to keep her from running around … I say good job make your kids mind.”
Burch said she’s unfazed by the negative responses, which she attributes to “idi0ts.”
“If you can approve of this, you’re a low-life and your parenting skills probably need to be investigated,” she said. “When I see something like this, I’m going to speak my mind, regardless of what people might think.”
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