Saturday, May 13, 2023 04:22 PM
The 7-year-old Lebanese child, Muhammad Istanbuli, died due to a “prank” that was filmed by a group of content makers in the castle of the wild city of Tyre, south Lebanon, for publication on social media.
The “prank” that the child saw led to a sudden stop in the heart muscle, which resulted from a severe nervous shock, which he was exposed to while he was in the castle of the wild city of Tyre, south Lebanon.-
According to the accounts of witnesses from the region, reported by Lebanese media, the little boy was playing inside the castle of the wild city of Tyre, south of Lebanon, when a group of young men and women suddenly appeared in front of him, who were apparently filming a video to show it on the means of communication, but in a frightening way.-
They suddenly appeared in front of the child while they were running, wearing black clothes from head to toe, with frightening convictions, and brandishing iron swords. As soon as the seven-year-old saw this scene, he was terrified, and signs of nervous shock began with him, which led to a direct cardiac arrest.
They filmed in these frightening costumes and weapons, without taking precautions, alerting the residents and preventing children from entering the place, and without notifying the security services and obtaining licensing and filming permits.
For his part, the father of the child, Haider Istanbuli, went to the authorities and filed a complaint directly against those responsible for his son’s death.