Dad Caught His 10-Year-Old Girl Flirting With Men Online And Came Up With The Most Savage Punishment

Date June 18, 2019

In our modern era of social media and universal access to other people's lives, parents found a new and effective way of punishing their children: publicly humiliating them with the goal of teaching a lesson. Many people find it excessive, but some believe in its effects and at times practice such method. 

Angry father — creative punishment

Doting dad Kevin Jones once discovered that his 10-year-old daughter was creating fake social media accounts to flirt with other men, and he was not going to stand by and let his little girl act inappropriately or get in trouble.

Turns out she was lying about her age to get attention, as Kevin wrote in a Facebook post:

Saying she is 14, 15, 16,&18 years old. She claims to be in love and going out with a boyfriend which is completely against my rules!!!!

Kevin's solution to the problem was nothing short of creative. He made his daughter “an age defining shirt”, which says “I am 10 years old” in the front and “5th grader” in the back. 

Jones made sure that everyone knows exactly how old his baby girl is and even got her the girliest and childish backpack he could lay his hands on.

As expected, Kevin's punishment went viral and gathered overwhelming support from other parents who agreed that this will teach his daughter a lesson.

One comment said:

Get her!!! Nice creative way to discipline yo baby girl. It will probably be way more affective than just yelling or a punishment!! Good job!!!

And another person added:

There should be more parents like you. She might hate you now but she will thank you later…

But not everyone was crazy about such a punishment, as one Facebook user voiced their concern:

Some parents go over board with stuff. That’s why the children act up and do things because when someone is told not to do something, they normally want to do it. Maybe try not to be so strict???

Do you think Kevin Jones was too strict or fair? Or maybe both? Tell us in the comments!