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A 5-year-old boy in New Mexico was brought to the hospital with a blood-alcohol level of .20, which is almost three times the legal limit for adults.

Doctors discovered that the child got drunk from drinking mouthwash, which his parents forced him to drink when he said he was thirsty, according to KOB4.

The boy also had endured drinking water from the toilet bowl when he had nothing else to drink. Doctors notified police when they found signs of abuse on the child, with scars covering his body showing that he had been abused his entire life.

The boy’s father, Tyriese Howard, and his girlfriend, Breya Allen, were arrested on child abuse charges after the boy revealed he was abused at the hospital.

KRQE reported the boy, his 6-year-old sister, and 3-year-old brother described the beatings they went through at the hands of their – who had the children call Allen “mom” – with coat hangers, shoes, and spatulas being used during their “whoopins.”

Howard would also punch his kids in the face and choke them while he was attacking them.

The children never spoke up about the horrors they were living through out of fear after being threatened by Howard and Allen, who told them:

“Snitches get switches.”

A neighbor, Janet, said she saw Allen act violently toward the children before:

“Whenever the mom would get upset, she would grab the kids from one arm, and like, drag them.”

Another neighbor, Diana Yesville, didn’t suspect anything was happening to the children. She explained:

“I feel bad like I feel like I should have heard something. I mean there’s a lot of music, maybe that’s it. But it’s not like I’m completely oblivious. I thought I would have heard something.”

Albuquerque police visited the couple’s home seven times in the past three years. Two of those stops were welfare checks.

Howard and Allen were both charged with child abuse. Bond was set at $50,000 cash.

The three children have been placed with a foster family.