Want to see a father shoot 9 bullets into his daughter’s laptop because of a note she posted on Facebook?
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On 8 Feb. 2012, Tommy Jordan posted a eight-minute video on his Facebook account describing his disappointment about a note her daughter posted on Facebook.
Actually her 15-year-old daughter posted a note on Facebook in which she complained about her parents behavior for forcing her to do too many house chores and making her life hell.
Though she’d hide the post using privacy settings from her parents but her father saw the post from their Dog’s Facebook account.
Here’s what Tommy Jordan posted on his Facebook account:
“Parents and Kids… watch.
Today was probably the most disappointing day of my life as a father and I don’t know how to correct the situation. Since I can’t seem to make any headway with my daughter on Facebook, I chose instead to remedy the problem permanently.”
Here’s the video’s description he posted on YouTube:
In the last 4 days only, the video got more than 18 million views on Youtube, more than 63,000 likes on Facebook and more than 26,000 shares on Facebook.
Watch the video and see yourself:
What do you think of this video?
Was it a right decision by Tommy Jordan to post such a video about her daughter behavior?