Mom allows 2 “pedophiles” attack her son – none of the boys expected they would do this

Children not to go anywhere with strangers, most kids probably understand that it’s dangerous.

Unfortunately, pedophiles aren’t always depicted like they are in public safety videos.

It has become easier for pedophiles to make contact now that so many children use social media.

All they simply have to do is pretend to be a friend or another young boy or girl and begin chatting.

We need to teach our children to beware because you never know who the other person is despite what they claim.

In the video below these parents have taken drastic measures to portray the dangers of meeting strangers online to their kids.

Thier video will hopefully help prevent something like this from occurring.

Coby Persin is well known on YouTube for social experiments that he records with hidden cameras. Persin has to remain serious for this experiment.

Parents give Coby the go-ahead to chat online with their three sons pretending to be a young girl.

In the experiment, he calls himself “Amanda,” after chatting with them for a few days he finally asks if they want to meet and the boys agree.

Amanda gave them an address and one of the boys arrives there and rings the doorbell, anyone could live there—a pedophile or a murderer.

One of the other brothers gave Amanda his home address so that her “father” can pick him up.

When the van arrives outside the house the boy jumps without a second thought and that’s where he is “assaulted” by two masked men.

Once the boys realize that “Amanda” is actually a man, and that their parents are waiting for them they are surprised.

Even though the boys are never actually in danger the video can show how easy it can happen as something like happens in real life.

There are so many “Amandas” online looking to target young girls and boys.

Teach our children NEVER agree to meet with the people they meet online.

You can watch the video in more detail here:


As a reminder of what can happen Please share this with other parents in case a child meets the wrong person online.

Published By Trending Stylist.