Dad sees daughter posting a bunch of sexy selfies; instead of telling her to stop, he did this . . .

A Washington dad used a different strategy to teach his daughter about posting provocative photos on social media.

“So my daughter has been posting sexy selfies of herself and instead of telling her to stop, well, I thought of something better,” Burr Martin wrote on Instagram.

He decided to imitate his daughter Cassie’s photo, dressing with similar accessories, clothes and even copying her tattoo. He then placed his image and hers side by side and posted them on Instagram.

Took me 3 days to get all the ink off.lol

A photo posted by Burr Martin (@therealburrmartin) on

He did the same with other photos he found of her.

My daughter posted another #selfie #nailedit #baddad

A photo posted by Burr Martin (@therealburrmartin) on

Cassie responded by reposting the photos.

And it seems his daughter is not the only one this clever dad decided to troll, copying his son’s look to post a birthday message.

Happy birthday to my boy

A photo posted by Burr Martin (@therealburrmartin) on

Sometimes actions really do speak louder than words.

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