Mom Leaves “Baby” In Car While She Shops At Target, Promises Others That He’s OK

In the age of social media, embarrassing and private videos and images can be circulated on the internet within seconds. However, in some cases, viral videos can be used to call out wrongdoings. In March, an Instagram video posted by influencer Bonnie Engle went viral.

The video showed a handwritten note inside a car that read, “My baby is OK. He has his snacks and a drink! I’m in Target. Be back soon!” Many viewers were shocked by the message, but the camera soon revealed that the “baby” was actually Bonnie’s husband, who was snacking on popcorn in the car.

Bonnie captioned the video with “Please no judgment. He is safe & well.” Fans found the video hilarious and appreciated the humor behind the situation.

Bonnie is known for writing hilarious material that appeals to mothers who can relate to the pressures of parenting. While social media can be misused, viral videos like Bonnie’s can bring joy and laughter to people’s lives.

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