Jaded dad removed his stubborn daughter from the airport in a creative way
Despite not being particularly dangerous, being a parent is still considered to be one of the hardest jobs on the planet.
But one father, whose name is yet to be revealed, found a way to make his own life easier when it came to traveling with his children.
The moment, which was shared on Reddit, depicts the man dragging his daughter by her hood through the airport as if nothing out of the ordinary was happening.
SOMETHING ONE DOESN'T SEE EVERYDAY
"Parents want only the very best for their children, and it can be very frustrating to see them slacking or even failing."
According to a witness, the strange scenario was spotted at Dulles International Airport, and left most people confused, although some didn't even notice it.
The author of the video hasn't shared his identity but revealed that he was waiting for his girlfriend's flight to arrive on New Year's Day when he happened to see the family.
THE GIRL SEEMED USED TO IT
The witness claimed that the girl, who can be seen wearing a pink jacket, was not screaming or causing any kind of commotion; instead, she was calmly enjoying the ride.
The other girl, who is believed to be her sister, followed them along through the airport from a safe distance, as if she was embarrassed by what her family was doing.
A LITTLE PUSH GOES A LONG WAY
Usually, parents want only the very best for their children, and it can be very frustrating to see them slacking or even failing, which leads them to intervene.
Just like the father in the airport, a man named Phil Hatfield was forced to take matters into his own hands during a soccer match, in which his son Osian was playing as a goalkeeper.
After seeing the ball heading towards the goal, the boy started walking away from his position; at that point, Hatfield decided to push his son towards the ball, trying to stop the other team from scoring.
This caused the other parents in attendance to laugh out loud and the video ultimately ended up being shared with the world through the internet.
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