Dad Shoots Daughters Computer
February 11, 2012 by staff
Dad Shoots Daughters Computer, It’s a style that’s probably not going to win many “Parent of the Year” awards, but this may be the last time daughters of gun-toting dads take liberties with their freedom of speech on Facebook.
Tommy Jordan of North Carolina recently posted a YouTube video on Facebook, calling out his daughter for a Facebook post she thought her parents couldn’t see. According to Jordan, this isn’t the first time his 15-year-old daughter has abused her Internet privileges.
“I would have thought that with a father that works in IT for a living, you’d have better sense than to do it again.”
Jordan explains he found the hidden Facebook post while upgrading his daughter’s computer. And it apparently ticked him off.
“Since you want to hide it from everyone, I’m going to share it with everybody,” he says in the video.
And he did. According to Jordan, his daughter’s hidden Facebook post was titled “To My Parents.” He read it in its entirety. The bulk of his daughter’s message was complaining about having to do chores, wake up at 5 and go to sleep at 10.
“You don’t have that hard a life, but you’re about to,” Jordan said. “I warned you months ago about what would happen if you did something like this on Facebook again.”
In the video Jordan explains the last time his daughter posted something he considered inappropriate on Facebook she was grounded from her phone, the computer and Facebook altogether.
“I told you if it ever happened again, it would be a lot worse,” Jordan said. “I was really close that day to putting a bullet through your laptop. I don’t know how to say how disappointed I am in you and how disrespectful you were to every single adult in your life, but, kid, you got it easy — way easy. It’s about to get harder. It’s about to get a whole lot harder today.”
And with that, Jordan gets out of his chair, grabs his gun, turns the camera around and shoots his daughter’s laptop. Multiple times.
After posting the video, Jordan received a variety of comments — for and against his actions. One in particular criticizes him for saying the word “ass.” He responded on Facebook saying:
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