Indonesian baby on 40 cigarettes a day
A two year old baby named Ardi Rizal a citizen of South Sumatra, Indonesia, has become addicted to cigarettes, smoking around forty a day.
The parents of Ardi Rizal say that their boy started smoking cigarettes at 18 months old when his father, Muhammad, introduced him to this habit. They say Ardi screams, slams his head against the floor and even gets sick with withdrawal if he does not get his cigarettes.
He father is 30 years old & a fisherman as profession claims his son is in healthy condition, weighing 25 kilograms.
The cost of his cigarettes per day is 50,000 rupiah (5 US dollars).
Some cities in Indonesia has banned smoking in public places but the rules are made to broke same there the people are breaking the rules & drinking cigarettes.
The industry minister said that between 1960-2005, cigarette production jumped more than six-fold to 220 billion cigarettes.