After the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority’s attempt at spreading happiness among its employees by “hiring” an eight-month-old baby, Abu Dhabi’s public prosecution has said on Tuesday that it would be investigating the case.
The emirate’s judicial department said that the baby had been employed in an “entertainment position”. They are seeking to “investigate the case with the concerned authority”.
The video of the young happiness ambassador went viral across various social media platforms on Monday after it was initially shared by the civil aviation authority. Since the court’s probe, the footage has been taken down from the official YouTube channel.
The aviation authority saw that the young boy would spread happiness and positivity among the authority’s employees with his cute smiles and giggles during working hours.
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