Two-Year-Old Boy Becomes World’s Youngest Smoker

June 25, 2009

China (ChattahBox) – A two-year-old boy has been named the youngest smoker in the world, after his father proudly admitted to teaching him how to light up.

Tong Liangliang suffers from a hernia, which he is too young to be able to have an operation for, News.com.au reports. His father’s solution? Teach him how to smoke.

Now tiny Tong is up to a pack a day, and has a serious habit that has left many people stunned. He goes through the same withdraws as an adult, and throws violent tantrums if he isn’t given a cigarette.

“The father wasn’t aware how serious the toddler’s habit had become until the child began to increase the number of cigarettes he smoked per day,” CRI was quoted as saying.

The Guinness Book of World Records has staunchly refused to put the toddler in their book of amazing feats and firsts.


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One Response to “Two-Year-Old Boy Becomes World’s Youngest Smoker”

  1. Ashley Banks on June 25th, 2009 1:34 pm

    This is a disgrace, Guinness and whoever feels that is necessary to print this article and to treat it like it something ‘other’ than a crime, should all be arrested!!!! This is Y Grow up and kill their parents because of people thinking that it is okay to announce the youngest person to ever smoke as a two year old boy, and then when Kate ( Jon and Kate + 8) barely spanks one of her children, she is outcasted like some sort of child abuser or a monster. This economy has its priorities wrong and just about everything under the sun, its ok to dress your ‘infant’ or ‘toddler’ daughter up in skimpish clothing but when she grows up to be a whore parents wonder……’what went wrong’? Screw all of yall and CPS, DCS or whatever other names child protective services goes by…if your reading this….take that child and investigate every company that thought it was okay

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