Watch: Outrage Erupts After Video Shows Queen’s Guard Tramping a Child at Tower of London

Watch: Outrage Erupts After Video Shows Queen’s Guard Tramping a Child at Tower of London

A young child got caught in the crossfire when a very serious Queens Guard soldier, who was hell-bent on marching, no matter what, got in his way.

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Britain’s Ministry of Defense spokesman says that they are aware of the incident at the Tower of London and issued this statement:

“The Guardsmen on duty warned members of the public that a patrol was approaching but the child unfortunately ran out in front of the soldier unexpectedly. The soldier tried to step over the child and continued on his duty.”

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One thing that isn’t shown on the video, is the soldier actually checked to make sure the child was okay, according to a spokesperson for the Queen’s Guard.

“Following the incident, the soldier checked on the child and was reassured that all was well,” the spokesman said.

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You can watch the video below:

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Many people were outraged by the video:

“Just no need for this.”

“does he treat his own kids like this?”

“Child abuse by the Queens Guard” 

“The elites trample over everyone this way” 

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In all fairness, I don’t think folks would’ve been this outraged if they saw the soldier go back and check on the child.

However, I haven’t seen that portion of the video, so I am simply taking the word of the Queen’s Guard spokesperson that it actually happened that way.

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