Muhammad Mosa Khan appeared in court in Pakistan. He was charged with planning a murder, threatening the police and interfering in state affairs.
All of these offenses sound like perfectly legitimate, very serious accusations. Except that Muhammed is actually a 9-month old infant who made his court appearance seated on his grandfather's shoulder. He spent the majority of the trial drinking milk from his baby bottle.
According to charges filed Feb. 1, Muhammed, along with other members of his family, was one of 30 people booked for pelting stones at gas company officials as they carried out an anti-theft inspection in the low-income Ahata Thanedaran neighborhood of Lahore. Deciding that the 9-month-old was fully capable and responsible for stoning a law enforcement team, sub-inspector Ahmed Kashif decided to arrest the child. However, the arrest went against Pakistan's laws as the minimum age for criminal responsibility (except in case of terrorism) is 12.