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Parents take out of control son to police

Reporting your son to the police when he plays hooky might be somewhat overzealous, but when he combines skipping class with property destruction and drug-taking, it becomes somewhat more understandable.

Two capital parents did just that yesterday, when their errant son’s penchant for drugs, trashing the house, and extorting money to feed his habit proved too much.

They requested he be sent to the Ministry of Social Affairs in the hope he might clean up his act.

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