Father beats snot out of 17-year-old son to teach him a lesson about skipping class

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Dad of the year he is not.

Talk about misguided intentions, a father posted a video on Facebook of him “disciplining” his 17-year-old son for missing school — the discipline taking the form of a bloody boxing match.

Seen more than 1.5 million times, the video is likely to result in the father facing a little discipline of his own

“Granted, I know teachers can be f***ed up so I let him know he can walk out of class, but call me so I’m on your side,” the father says in the video. “All day went by, he didn’t call. So now it’s discipline time.”

The “discipline” begins after the dad orders his son, who’s about a foot shorter and a hundred pounds lighter, to put on his boxing gloves… and when it ends, the teen is in tears in a blood-splattered t-shirt from a bloody nose.

As bad as that is, the father then mocks his son on camera and forces him to clean up his own blood and apologize to his teacher for walking out on class.

“And you got a report card coming … that report card better be golden!” dad ominously warns as he ends the video.

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