http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/6574907.stm Four Plymouth women who goaded toddlers into fighting and filmed it have been given 12-month suspended sentences. The four admitted child cruelty charges before sentencing at Plymouth Crown Court on Friday. During the case, seven minutes of video was shown. A boy wearing a nappy was called a "wimp" for not hitting a girl back after she struck him in the face. The four women, all from the same family, are heard laughing as the toddlers are urged to keep on fighting. The boy, aged two, is seen crying after being punched in the face by the three-year-old girl and is told by one of the four women in the room "not to be a wimp or a faggot" and to hit her back. One of the women pleaded guilty to causing or procuring the children to be ill treated in a manner likely to cause unnecessary suffering or injury. The other three pleaded guilty to jointly inciting the ill treatment of children. The children are in the care of Plymouth City Council's Social Services.