How fed-up parents tried to ‘tame’ rebellious teen daughter, 13, by dumping her on a deserted island | The Sun

A PAIR of fed-up parents decided to dump their teen daughter on a deserted island in a bid to 'tame' her rebellious behaviour.

The teenager, 13, was found by fishermen on the island off the coast of the Chinese province of Shandong after her mum and dad brought her there.

The girl’s parents were said to have taken her to the remote island off the coast of Rushan City to teach her a lesson.

The teen was accompanied by a survival expert. 

The girl had dropped out of school and stayed in her room all day long, prompting her parents to take her to the island and leave her to fend for herself, reported China Press.

But after two days, the girl flagged down fishermen who then called the police. 

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When the cops arrived, the teenager told them: "I really can’t stand it. 

"They forced me to survive on a deserted island.

"I only have water and biscuits."

The girl added: "I couldn’t light a fire. Please take me ashore."

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The bizarre incident happened back in 2021, with police escorting the parents and their daughter back to the shore.

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