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Don't want to be disturbed by his son during WFH, this father did something unexpected!

Don't want to be disturbed by his son during WFH, this father did something unexpected!

The outbreak of the Covid-19 corona virus which became a pandemic forced the world community to quarantine independently in their homes.

The public is also encouraged to do physical and social distancing to break the chain of the spread of this virus.

Some people also have to work from home or Work From Home (WFH) to minimize the crowd so as to prevent the spread of the corona virus.

Some people may feel happy because they can work while accompanied by family.

But not a few people who try hard to stay focused on their work despite interference.

Don't want to be disturbed by his son during WFH, this father did something unexpected!

One of them is the problem disturbed by children during WFH.

A father in Thailand seems to be one of the people who are bothered by his son while working at home.

To the extent, to overcome this, he plastered his child on the floor so that his son does not interfere with his concentration.

Reporting from Sin Chew Daily, Saturday (4/18), the mother of the child uploaded several photos on Facebook that showed the girl lying on the floor with sticky tape on her body.

Don't want to be disturbed by his son during WFH, this father did something unexpected!


The father also put a pillow as the child's sleep rest.

Behind the child, it appears his father was busy with his laptop and work.

In the upload, the mother writes "Mother is cooking, father is working, the child is lying on the floor."

The mother also revealed that her son was naughty, so her husband decided to plaster her on the floor so that her husband would not be disturbed anymore.

Source: Brilio
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