The first of three “swimsuit” videos, released Tuesday, shows a woman posing as a toddler swims in the shallow waters of the Olympic pool.
The video, which was shot last year and has since been viewed nearly three million times on YouTube, shows the child wearing a plastic pool noodle suit and holding a toy swimsuit with the word “swam” on the front.
The caption says: “I guess it’s time for a swim.”
The video was shot in the same pool in which the baby swam to safety when he drowned after falling into a large pool.
“I guess the next step is to make the baby swim into the water and drown,” the woman says.
“But we have to be very careful.
The baby is not really swimming right now.
The water is too shallow.
We have to make sure the baby’s feet and head don’t get in the way.”
The woman says she has taken pictures of the baby swimming and then throws the baby out into the ocean.
“I just want to see if he swims or not,” she says.
The second video, released Wednesday, shows two young children, one dressed in a swimsuit and one wearing a swim cap, diving into a small pool with a plastic swim mat.
The toddler appears to be holding a large plastic fish, which has been pulled out of the water.
“The first time I saw this I was like, ‘This is so cute,’ ” the woman said.
The third video shows a young woman posing with her child as she watches him swim in the water while holding a plastic water bottle. “
Now I am afraid that he’s going to die because of this.”
The third video shows a young woman posing with her child as she watches him swim in the water while holding a plastic water bottle.
“He is going to drown,” she said.
A player will not be fined by the NFL for making contact with an opposing player during a game or on the field during a football game, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said Thursday.
The fine would be the same for making the contact, as the incident occurred before the contact occurred, McCarthy said.
Winston, who is in the NFL’s concussion protocol, did not comment after the announcement.
NFL Players Association spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement that Winston “has been subjected to a number of improper conduct incidents since he entered the league in 2015, and he should not be rewarded for his actions.
He should not have been rewarded with a new contract for the first time since his suspension, and the league will continue to stand behind him.”
The Jets also suspended Winston for the season opener against the Detroit Lions after a positive test for a substance banned by the league.