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This Young Bully Gets the ULTIMATE Punishment from His Father

When liberals talk about “bullying,” they want to hold seminars and have students talk about their feelings.

But this Dad had a better idea. In Green Bay, Wisconsin, father Timothy Robenhorst found out his son Kayden was bullying a classmate. And he put an end to it… in an epic way.

In a photo posted online, Kayden’s father publicly revealed his son’s punishment. In the sign (below) Kayden announced he must apologize to his classmate in front of the entire class and he also received landscaping duty as well as a tough workout… at 4:30am. The photo has gone viral!

Kayden was also required to set this photo as both his public profile and cover picture on Facebook. Shaming works!


Tough love and shame… It get’s the job done quickly!

Next, the boy was tasked with performing ten tougher, incline push-ups, then running a mile. Early-morning Wisconsin temperatures are still routinely below freezing.

But Kayden’s labors were not over after his hellish morning workout – and the boy is stuck doing landscaping work at two houses his father apparently owns for an unspecified length of time.

But the punishment also has an emotional and social aspect – with Kayden also being instructed to apologize to his victim in front of his entire class the day after, which was set to happen Wednesday.

Robenhorst then posed for a photograph with his son and a poster spelling out his punishment, and encouraged people to share it. As of Friday night it had been shared more than 1,000 times.

He also seemingly insisted that it be posted on Kayden’s profile too, where it was set as his profile picture and cover photo.

via The Daily Mail

What do you think of this punishment? Please leave us a comment and tell us what you think.



  1. Kay says:


  2. Celia says:

    We need this dad to go around the country teaching parenting classes. Finally someone’s got it right, there are consequences to ones actions. This dad probably just taught his son that he can’t do whatever he wants without punishment. Probably kept him out of jail and in school to get a good education and job. Way to go dad, action and reaction, the right way.

  3. Carolyn says:

    Great job dad,you are a outstanding father.Your efforts will be rewarded when your son grows to be a better man for it.

  4. Dawn says:

    I tried something similar when my 16 year-old son shoplifted in 1996…. I was arrested for harmful abuse. It took months, and charges were finally dropped. But I went through hell for those monthl. After that, I was afraid to do anything.

  5. Joe says:

    We would have fewer delinquints if more fathers would step in and streaten out thier kids.

  6. Adrian says:

    What a dad!

    Google “Two Minute Conservative” for clarity.