Boy in China spends dying father’s most cancers remedy cash on cell video games

Cash that was donated by relations for a critically unwell man’s most cancers remedy was allegedly spent by the person’s 12-year-old son on cell video games.

The boy, surnamed Huang, from Fushun County in Sichuan province of southwestern China, reportedly spent 3,800 yuan (roughly $556) of the donation money on cell video games in July.

The incident occurred when Huang visited his father within the hospital and used his telephone. Family realized the cash they’d donated was gone when a relative tried to pay for the medical payments following his loss of life.

The boy reportedly spent the cash on Xiaomi Recreation Middle, a cell sport platform.

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Huang’s uncle requested a refund from Xiaomi; nonetheless, the corporate didn’t initially consider his story. After a journalist made inquiries and the corporate carried out a background test, the cash was absolutely refunded to the household.

The uncle acknowledged that the cash might be saved to help Huang and his brother sooner or later.

The 12-year-old expressed guilt for his actions and apologized.

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“I really feel sorry for my father and sorry for these relations who helped my father,” the boy stated per South China Morning Submit.

Huang’s father, Huang Zhengxiang, was reportedly affected by late-stage mind most cancers and died on the finish of July. His spouse had died in an accident 10 years prior, and Huang’s father was the household’s solely monetary supporter, working in development earlier than falling unwell in June.

He’s survived by his two sons, aged 12 and 15, who had been positioned in an orphanage following their father’s loss of life.

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