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A Texas man is in some serious trouble today after lashing his son to himself with a dog leash then driving down a Houston freeway on a riding mower last Sunday.

Apparently believing that the film Adventures in Babysitting was an instructional video, a Colorado babysitter is in jail for using the children she was watching as props in a bank heist.

A Californian pediatrician was caught leaving her young children for hours in a car while she treated patients.

A woman in Virginia turned herself in Monday on the charge of leaving her kids in a hot car while shopping, only to leave her kids in a hot car again while at the courthouse.

Think pulling a couple of donuts in an empty lot is harmless? That's what one Joe Graham of Ontario, New York, thought... right up until he was arrested.

Click on Detroit reports that Ford Global Marketing Director and Blue Oval heiress Elena Ford has been arrested on charges of drunken driving and child endangerment. The incident allegedly occurred on Sunday night on Woodward Avenue in Ferndale, Michigan. The police report say Ford left the road in her 2011 Ford Explorer, jumping the curb and heading on to the median, before eventually getting back onto the road. Police then pulled Ford over and administered a sobriety test, which she apparently

In Poland, babies drive the cars – Click above to watch the video after the break

With work, school, family and other obligations, people seem to be getting busier all the time. That means they are doing several things at once, and Genine Compton may serve up to 180 days in the slammer for her particular brand of multitasking. Compton was charged with child endangerment in Dayton, Ohio recently for breast feeding her baby while driving a car. She was taking her other children to school when the baby's feeding time came, and since the baby was hungry, she decided to feed her.

A mother in Tel Aviv had her license revoked by local police when she let her 11-year-old daughter drive her car. Israeli traffic police pulled the car over when they saw a shorter-than-usual driver behind the wheel, and when questioning the mother, she answered that it was a reward for getting a good grade in school. After the child reportedly showed interest in driving, the mother pledged that if the child got an A on her exam, she'd let her drive. Unbelievably, she kept her promise. Police de

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