A long time ago, my friend told us about her nephew who the mum jokingly said “I will fling you out of the window” and Immediately the boy said ” if you fling me , I would fly like spiderman” we had a good  laugh when we heard this and as soon as I read the story below, I remembered that story. I would like to know what you think about this, should we allow our kids watch superhero movies and if we should, how should we go about it so they don’t think, they can fly perhaps? Very sad story below. A five-year-old boy fell to his death from his 19th-floor bedroom window after he was refused permission to watch the latest Spider-Man movie. According to Indonesian media, the boy named only as Valentino, was in the bath on Thursday when he asked his mother, a 23-year-old woman named as Eva, if he could see the latest superhero film. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was released in Indonesia on Wednesday and has been a smash hit, scoring the country’s highest opening day box office figures of all time. But the boy’s mother said he could not go because his one-year-old brother Vincencius was ill and she wanted to visit the toddler at her mother’s house, kompas.com reported. Senior police commander Suyudi told the website:
‘This made Valentino very upset. He wanted to see the movie. After his request was declined, Valentino then rushed to his room and locked it from the inside. His mum went down to the second floor to ask for help from a caretaker, but while talking to him she heard a commotion outside.’
Their complex young Valentino fell from
Her child’s body was found on the fibreglass roof of the food court in the apartment complex. The noise she had heard was people rushing to try and help her son after he fell. The little boy was taken to the nearby Pluit Hospital in north Jakarta, but was pronounced dead on arrival. Police say they were investigating the possibility that the boy had taken his own life or that he died mimicking his screen super hero.