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The chain-smoking Indonesian toddler who gained instant worldwide fame via a viral video of him puffing away has gone into rehab – and given up cigarettes.
But now, reports CBS News Correspondent Betty Nguyen, Aldi Suganda, 2, is heading home, and there’s concern he may give in to temptation and resume smoking once he gets there.

The video of Aldi smoking sparked outrage. He was smoking up to 40 cigarettes a day.

And in July, a CBS News team traveled to the remote fishing village of Musi Banyuasin, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra in search of Aldi.

Our crew found him, cigarette in hand.

Read more at CBSNews

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Sumatran Baby Smokes Two Packs A Day