Dr Cheang centre showing what a brain damage in SBS cases look like. He said depending on the speed of the cradle, the back and forth swinging process was good enough to cause damage to the brain. Dr Cheang admitted that majority of the SBS cases that happened in the country were due to the baby being shaken vigorously using bare hands, but cradle swinging could be one of the causes, too. He explained that SBS mainly occurs when an abuser violently shakes an infant or small child, creating whiplash motion that causes injury. He said this form of inflicted head trauma could be caused by direct blows to the head, dropping, throwing or vigorously shaking a child. Only then do the parents rush them to the doctors.
Russians detained over baby swinging street act in Malaysia
Repeated vigorous movements can damage baby's neurons | The Star Online
Man, 21, throws five-month-old baby onto a tiled floor in a fit of rage
Mark Edwards, 21, flipped the baby's indoor swing at a home in west Sydney in a fit of rage. A young man threw a five-month-old baby on to a tiled floor, leaving it vomiting blood with head wounds. Edwards smashed a glass coffee table before storming out. A short time later, he was picked up by police and arrested.
CNN A Russian couple has been arrested in Kuala Lumpur for child endangerment after video clips were shared online showing a man swinging an infant around as part of a street performance, according to state media Bernama. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. A screenshot from a video taken by a Facebook user, which purportedly shows a Russian tourist swinging his infant child around by the ankles during a street performance in the Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Faces have been blurred by CNN.