Shocking! 2-year-old Indonesian Baby Ardi Rizal Smokes 40 Cigarettes a Day *UPDATED* (Widescreen)

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LOL THIS GUY CAPRICORDIANO HAS THE SAME TAGS TITLE AND DESCRIPTION I GOT ON ONE OF HIS VIDEOS I GUESS HE LIED TO GET ALOT OF VIEWS ON THAT VIDEO THATS KINDA PATHETIC DONT YOU THINK. ***********/watch?v=d0MPYe46tMM&feature=related DONT BOTHER HATTING ON HIM BECAUSE HE PUT PENDING APPROVAL FOR COMMENTS. I POSTED THIS VIDEO NOT TO HATE BUT JUST TO LET YOU ALL KNOW THAT SOME PARENTS DONT CARE ANYMORE ABOUT THERE CHILDREN. *******www.boncherry****/blog/tag/2-yr-old-smoking/ THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY THIS ISNT TO MAKE FUN OF. If you are not convinced that smoking your first cigarette can cause addiction, then you can read the story below. Who knew that smoking addiction can starts so early. In Indonesia, a country that prospered from tobacco export, a 2-year-old baby shocked the world when video of the baby surfaced showing him apparently addicted to cigarettes and smoking as many as 40 a day. Baby Ari Rizal was first given a cigarette by his father when he was 18 months. "He's totally addicted. If he doesn't get cigarettes, he gets angry and screams and batters his head against the wall. He tells me he feels dizzy and sick."said his Mother. 'I'm not worried about his health, he looks healthy,' shrugged the boy's father Mohammad Rizal. 'He cries and throws tantrums when we don't let him smoke. He's addicted.' I can not believe that the parents let the baby smoke this many cigarettes a day. Since he is just a toddler, he can not purchase cigarettes by himself. So the parents are definitely at fault. Data from the Central Statistics Agency showed 25 per cent of Indonesian children aged three to 15 have tried cigarettes, with 3.2 per cent of those active smokers. The percentage of five to nine year olds lighting up increased from 0.4 per cent in 2001 to 2.8 per cent in 2004, the agency reported. In Indonesia, teenagers including girls have accept smoking as a "cool" habit. A lot of them also tried smoking from peer pressure and later get addicted. This video perhaps should be a warning for Indonesia to take the smoking addiction seriously before the whole nation young generation get addicted from cigarettes and died early. Consequences of smoking: •Every time you light a cigarette be sure that by the time you finish smoking it you will have lost 5 to 20 minutes of your life, that's a proven fact. •Smokers also tend to develop yellow teeth and loose bone density which increases the risk of osteoporosis a condition that causes bones to break easily and bend over during old age. •Smoking affects lung power meaning smokers tend to be less active. Smoking causes fertility problems and affects sexual health in both men and women, women using any form of birth control can develop serious health problems including heart attacks when they smoke and in the case of men they tend to develop erection problems.