VIDEO: Dad gives vicious spanking to man who slept with his underage daughter

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Allow us to bring you the tale of James, an unfortunate man who was confronted by his underage girlfriend’s angry dad after he learned that the two had sex.

In this humiliating video posted on YouTube, James is offered two choices by the furious father as punishment for having sex with his daughter: A “severe ass kicking” plus criminal charges or a “brutal spanking.”

Young James mulls over the lose-lose situation and eventually settles on the spanking. Hey, who wouldn’t, right? James, though, at first refuses to lay face-down on the ground to endure the butt-smacking, but the angry father reasons with him in a shockingly logical way, telling James he doesn’t want him to bend over the stone fence and hit his face.

After the dad promises not to kick him in the balls, he finally coerces James pull down his pants and lay on the ground.

“And that will be the end of it,” the disgruntled dad promises.

But that is not the end of it. In fact, that was just the beginning of the utter Internet humiliation that is sure to haunt unlucky James for the rest of his life.

The dad also tells James that this is the same punishment that Chelsea got, whom we assume is his teenage daughter. That’s weird. But this whole thing is weird.

James breaks down whimpering and whining soon after the turbo-speed spanking begins, his voice breaking as he says, “I’m not gonna be able to sit, dude!”

The father tells James to consider himself lucky for dodging a beat down and rape charges, then retreats to his pick up truck where he tells the cameraman that his hand is swelling from spanking James so hard.

“That’s what you get for ‘puttin it’ to an underage girl,” the video’s description reads.

There, James. Have you learned your lesson?



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