Sad reality that this one. At the age of two, Rapi Pamungkas, an Indonesian child, became addicted to cigarettes by picking them up on the streets. Today he smokes a maximum of two packs per day. This dependency arose from the collection of cigarette butts on the ground. Older children then started to light them again by dragging the boy into a hellish spiral.
Under the worried eyes of his parents, Rapi tied cigarettes through the day. They admit they do not know how to stop this dependency, but offer him his dose of daily nicotine, reports the Daily Mail .
" We have to buy two packages every day, it is expensive, he smokes about 40 cigarettes a day ", says Maryati, Rapi's mother, overwhelmed. He would not fall asleep and would get angry very quickly if his need was not satisfied. Parents now want to take him to find a treatment to eradicate addiction.
You can only hope that this addiction is not irreversible …
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