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Ever made a harmless joke that someone took too seriously?

Kazakh mom Anastasia and her hubby thought pushing a stroller carrying her giggling child from inside the car would be a hilarious video to share with family and friends, but when someone shared her video without the full story, social media rose up in arms against these horrible-looking parents! So much for a "private" family video!

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