Woman Claims Maid Tried To Abduct Her Baby
A stranger tried to drive into the apartment using her maid’s name.
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A woman recently shared on the social media site Xiaohongshu (Little Red Book) how her maid almost kidnapped her son.
The woman alleged that she left the Indonesian maid and her 4-month-old son at home on the day of the incident.
She drove her daughter to school at 9 am and then went to work.
At 12:15 noon, the apartment security guard suddenly called to inform her that a visitor had come to find a woman named “Greciela Linda”.
It was her maid’s name, so she checked the CCTV camera installed at her home and claimed she saw the maid was preparing to abduct her child.
She immediately asked the security personnel to prevent visitors from entering the apartment.
The female victim, trembling with fear, calmed down and called her relatives and friends who lived upstairs in the apartment for help.
In The Nick Of Time
Fortunately, the elevator was moving slowly, and the maid did not have time to go downstairs.
Meanwhile, the loud shouts of relatives and friends spurred neighbours living on the same floor as the victim to help intercept the maid.
The victim thanked the security staff of the apartment management for their due diligence in not allowing visitors to enter the apartment indiscriminately, which saved her son from being abducted.
She also advised the public to be careful.
No matter how kind, caring, caring, hardworking and simple the maid is at home, I warn everyone not to trust the maid and not to leave the maid and children alone at home; otherwise, the consequences will be disastrous.”The victim advising the public not trust their maid completely.
According to several photos released by the victim, it can be seen that the maid was packing a suitcase.
She also posted a photo of the man who tried to enter the apartment.
He was wearing sunglasses and driving a luxury SUV.
The incident was also shared on Facebook and had been shared more than 1,500 times at the time of writing.
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