Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Father Makes Bully Daughter Walk Eight Kilometres To School

Father Makes Bully Daughter Walk Eight Kilometres To School

"I am doing what I feel is right to teach my daughter a lesson and to stop her from bullying".

The video, which has been watched more than 15 million times, shows Cox trailing the girl in his vehicle as she walks part of the five-mile journey in what he says is 36 degree weather.

Cox went on to explain that, as he sees it, a lot of children believe that certain things, such as a ride to school in the morning from their parents or their bus driver, are "a right" and not a privilege that can be taken away when one disobeys the rules.

He chose to teach his daughter a harsh lesson, by making her walk to school.

Cox's video has been watched 16 million times.

Kirsten, who told local ABC affiliate WTVG she'd been bullied herself, said she'd learned the error of her ways.

"Ok but wait, is she bullying other kids or did you stop to hear her explanation?" said another.

"She, along with my other two children, seem to show a great deal of empathy towards some of the sad stories that I read with them", Cox said.

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"I just hope that through the video being shared kids can take a look and read some of the comments and tutorials on the post and see just how much words can hurt and cut deep and can have lasting effects on those involved sometimes in the most terrible cases life-ending effects", Cox told Fox4.

Said one cuckish Facebook commenter who doesn't understand the value of discipline and obviously votes Green Party, "Cure bullying with bullying".

The video shows the student walking along a road with her backpack on and another tote in her hand.

Prof Espelage says that children are less likely to act out if behaviours have consequences, but she would suggest a different approach than walking in the cold. It was the second time she'd gotten into trouble for picking on someone.

Some parents congratulated Cox saying, "Well done" and "good job dad".

He says he hopes that other kids will see this and make the choice to be kind instead.

Cox told WTVG he thinks the video has made a difference, so he'd do the same thing again.

Matt hopes that children and parents alike start to take the threat of bullying more seriously.

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