Babysitter wakes up on the job to her worst nightmare

WHEN a parent finds a babysitter literally sleeping on the job, there's only one thing to do: stage a kidnapping to teach that babysitter a lesson.

That's exactly what dad Christopher did.

Out like a light
It was a normal morning. Christopher and his wife went to work, and the kids stayed home with the babysitter. But Christopher forgot paperwork at home, and when he returned to get it, he found their babysitter, Sarah, fast asleep on the couch.

He waited for 10 minutes, 15 minutes, half an hour and Sarah stayed blissfully in dreamland.

Incredulous that she could be so negligent, Christopher took his kids out of the house and waited to see what Sarah would do.

Instead of immediately raising the alarm about the missing children, Sarah sent Christopher cryptic texts.
Instead of immediately raising the alarm about the missing children, Sarah sent Christopher cryptic texts. Facebook

Her first impulse was NOT to call the police
Sarah waited an incredible two hours before she got in contact with Christopher. Either she was peacefully sleeping the whole time, or she was frantically turning the house upside down, hunting for the kids, wondering if negligence attracted jail time.

When she finally decided she needed help, Sarah didn't call the police. She texted Christopher.

WHERE ARE MY KIDS SARAH?!
The frightening exchange was shared on Facebook.

"Call me now," Sarah texted.

Christopher kept up the ruse like a pro, writing, "Cant whats up" "No bars".

Sarah became more insistent, tell him to "Make it happen. Call now."

"Wtf I cant," wrote Christopher. "Everything ok?"

"No it's not call me," Sarah replied.

She clearly didn't want to incriminate herself in writing, so Sarah continued the cryptic texts, urging Christopher to get in touch. Eventually they got to the point.

"Where are my f*cking kids sarah?" Christopher asked.

"If I knew that I wouldn't be blowing up your phone!!!"

Sarah said she called the police, but her description doesn't sound like normal police behaviour.
Sarah said she called the police, but her description doesn't sound like normal police behaviour. Facebook

Eventually the jig is up and Christopher sets Sarah straight
"I took my f*cking kids at 10. Get out of my f*cking house! I may be pressing charges on you for neglecting my f*cking kids."

"Are you kidding me," Sarah texts, probably half relieved that she didn't just loose a whole family of children, and half terrified about what would happen next.

"You're fired and no you will find out real soon if I am joking on my way to police station now."

Christopher can't contain his rage any more and threatens legal action.
Christopher can't contain his rage any more and threatens legal action. Facebook

And that folks, is how teach a bad babysitter a lesson, apparently.

News Corp Australia


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