March 23, 2018

Dad forces son to run to school in the rain for bullying

09 March 2018, 01:00 | Austin Hogan

A school bus stops preparing to unload students

A school bus stops preparing to unload students

"He hasn't gotten in trouble this week, where last week, he was just absolutely out of his mind", Thornhill said in a video, according to RNN.

Another added: "I hope your child doesn't have problems with getting bullied after you posted this embarrassing video of him".

A video showing the punishment of a 10-year-old boy in Virginia for being a bully at school has gone viral and thus led to debate on its appropriateness.

"I've always joked that he'll be fast or obedient, so far we are working on fast", Thornhill said.

"I get creative with stuff".

"News media is a great tool".

"I didn't think that many people would care that much", Hayden said. "I have 2 boys who are 21 and 18 now, and they have the most respect for how I raised them".

In the video, Thornhill says he loves his two children and just wants to raise them well. "I can control guns easily. this, I gotta make sure I control now, [because] when I'm not around, he has free will".

Bryan Thornill made a video from inside his auto of his son running outside in the rain.

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"Teach them how to be responsible for their own lessons and accountable for everything they've done".

Unsurprisingly Bryan Thornhill's video generated a lot of comments about his unique approach to punishment.

"Good dads don't have to make videos of them disciplining their kids", said one commenter, while another responded by calling Thornhill "self-involved" and "narcissistic". It was raining and the kid had to run a mile.

Colorful flowers and motivational sayings now decorate the bathroom stalls, saying things like "Your mistakes don't define you" and "Every day is a chance to be better".

"Thank you for raising a young man and not a future thug, wrote a third".

Despite his punishing ways, Mr Thornhill saw the humour in his disciplinary action.

"If you get your panties in a wad seeing a kid jog, well I feel sorry for you", he said.

"If you did this without feeling the need to video it you wouldn't look like a d--head", one Facebooker said.

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