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The 2 Year Old smokes 40 cigarettes a day
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2-year-old boy smokes 40 cigarettes a day

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Hardy Rizal just two years, but now he can not spend any day without smoking a cigarette with 40. By the harmful habit, the boy's father had taught. Because nicotine addiction child began to experience problems with weight, but appeared short of breath does not allow him to run and frolic with other children. Boy all day sitting on the porch and pitch one by one.

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Taking a deep drag on his cigarette while resting on the steering wheel of his truck, he looks like a parody of a middle-aged lorry driver.

But the image covers up a much more disturbing truth: At just the tender age of two, Ardi Rizal's health has been so ruined by his 40-a-day habit that he now struggles to move by himself.

The four-stone Indonesia toddler is certainly far too unfit to run around with other children - and his condition is set to rapidly deteriorate.

His mother, Diana, 26, wept: "He's totally addicted. If he doesn't get cigarettes, he gets angry and screams and batters his head against the wall. He tells me he feels dizzy and sick."

But, despite local officials' offer to buy the Rizal family a new car if the boy quits, his parents feel unable to stop him because he throws massive tantrums if they don't indulge him.

Ardi will smoke only one brand and his habit costs his parents 3.78 British pounds (about 5.50 U.S. dollars) a day in Musi Banyuasin, in Indonesia's South Sumatra province.

But in spite of this, his fishmonger father Mohammed, 30, said: "He looks pretty healthy to me. I don't see the problem."

Ardi's youth is the extreme of a disturbing trend. Data from the Central Statistics Agency showed 25 per cent of Indonesian children aged three to 15 have tried cigarettes, with 3.2 per cent of those active smokers.

The percentage of five to nine year olds lighting up increased from 0.4 per cent in 2001 to 2.8 per cent in 2004, the agency reported.
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oh its very very very strange news for me how he smokes 40 cigrettes a day who just 2 years of old ..
a senior member can,not smoke so much then a baby
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Ya its true. I saw this child on news channel. How disgusting thing this is! Either his parents not stop him from smoking and giving him cigarettes continuously.
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