Something definitely wrong with you. These stories are all over the news, and not in Saudi Arabia; here:<quoted text>
This is the only story I could find about this.
A four-year-old Saudi boy shot his father in the head while playing with his gun at their house.
After the boy and his father returned home from the shop, the man put down his pistol while taking off his shirt.
He did not notice that his son had grabbed his gun and was playing with it before putting his little finger on the trigger. The father died instantly.
Some media reports suggest the death was an accident, although Arabic media has already labeled the boy the youngest killer in Saudi Arabia.
Unless you're talking about a different story, this one didn't happen here in the U.S. There are more sad stories happening all over the world if you take a look at the above website.
People do stupid things, Lily. Like leaving medication and toxic chemicals where children can get into them.
Even if there weren't any guns in the home, how exactly do you go about preventing every unfortunate death that happens in the home?
(CNN)— A 6-year-old New Jersey boy has died after being shot in the head by a 4-year-old playmate as their parents stood in the yard nearby, a local police chief said.
Brandon was playing in and around the 4-year-old’s Toms River home on Monday evening when the younger child left the yard and went inside, police explained.
“The 4-year-old … retrieved a rifle within the house, a .22-caliber rifle, came outside,” Mastronardy told reporters earlier Tuesday.“… A shot went out and the 6-year-old was struck in the head.”
This eastern New Jersey incident follows another fatal shooting days ago that also involved a 4-year-old boy, this time in Tennessee.
Josephine Fanning had gone into a bedroom, along with the boy, where her husband — Wilson County Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Fanning — was showing a relative some of the lawman’s guns.
At some point, the boy picked up a loaded pistol from a bed and shot Josephine Fanning dead, said Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Kristin Helm.
I picked the fox one, thinking you must have seen this?