It is good to have some time to destress from the current situation that we are in and one of the best ways is to chill on a beautiful beach, enjoy the sea breeze and take a dip in the water. However, we need to always remember that the sea can be a very dangerous place if we are distracted.
A happy moment on the beach almost turns bad for a couple after their little girl was found adrift on her favourite unicorn float in the middle of the ocean in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece.
After realizing their daughter is nowhere in sight, the parents immediately lodged a report to the authorities.
The captain of a local ferry was alerted about the incident and managed to locate the poor child in the middle of the sea. The girl, however, was reported to be very chilled about her adventure and was immediately returned to her parents.
Watch the video here:
Mum and dad probably pissed on the beach dont even notice she’s gone! pic.twitter.com/DRfkkrQJa3
— LEE LEE THE 3RD ⚔️ (@LeeBrasco) August 27, 2020
Like we mentioned earlier, you can chill and have fun but always be mindful of your surrounding especially when your loved ones are there with you too. A fun holiday can turn into a tragedy real fast if you are not careful enough. Ok?
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