An employee of a filling station in Bovenkarspel in North Holland is shocked by a game that young children play. They get in with a stranger in the car, want to be dropped off somewhere and then try to come home on their own.
The woman heard on Tuesday evening how three boys asked a customer if they could join him. "This is so dangerous!" She says on Facebook. She often sees children between 6 and 11 years walking around the gas station. "Sometimes they come to me to ask if I have seen children before, because they do a search game."
'In case of a wrong entry'
On Tuesday evening, three boys around eight years old were walking around the gas station. When the employee heard that they were asking for a lift, she immediately sent the boys away. "If they get in the wrong car, they really have a big problem."
According to NH Nieuws, the employee forgot to ask the parents' telephone number and is now trying to inform as many people in the area as possible about the child's play via social media.