At about 9 p.m. on August 8, the Yangtze Evening News reported that the police station of Guanghua Road in Nanjing received a public alarm, saying that at the gate of a self-service bank in Guanghua Road, a little boy was sitting there alone, surrounded by no adults and suspected to be lost.
After receiving the police, the police on duty immediately arrived at the scene. The police officer, Mr. Ma, told them that when he was drawing money from the bank, he found the boy sitting next to him, but did not reply to his questions. He was worried about safety when it was too late, so he called the police.
At this time, the little boy was sitting alone in the corner. The policeman came up and said, Kid, do you know where the home is? The little boy nodded. However, when asked why he did not go home, the little boy bowed his head and did not speak. The police decided to take him back to the police station for a rest.
On the bus, the little boy told the policeman that he was 10 years old and in the fifth grade of elementary school. His sister was a college student. Recently, he was at home in the summer vacation. So his parents handed over the task of disciplining him to his sister. Unexpectedly, todays homework was not finished, his sister had to punish him to copy 2,000 ancient poems. He cried a lot and ran out of his home. u3002
After learning about the situation, the police contacted the parents of the children. Soon, the childs sister arrived at the police station. In fact, she was also anxious to find her brother. With the persuasion of the police, my sister realized that her method might be wrong and did not take into account my brothers feelings, so she was exempted from punishment. Finally, the little boy agreed to go home with his sister, and the two brothers and sisters thanked the police company.
Source: Author of Yangtze Evening News: Qin Gongxuan, Liu Xulin, responsible editor of Chen Yong: He Yufang_NN5632