A father's message to other parents has taken the Internet by storm, amassing more than 5 million views on Facebook since being posted last week.
Arsenio Mcleod, 26, recorded a video which started with his son seated and him looking into the camera. The father said he was going to discipline his child on-camera, like many other videos which have recently gone viral.
Things then took a sudden twist.
Before disciplining his child on camera, Mcleod stopped, excused his son and proceeded to deliver a message to parents everywhere.
"I won't ever in my life, ever, humiliate my own DNA ... on his social media network," the 26-year-old said. "I've seen a lot of people do that and it actually made me cry."
[sharequote align="center"]"I won't ever in my life, ever, humiliate my own DNA ... on his social media network."[/sharequote]
"Humiliation can cause suicide and depression. C'mon, I'm 26 and I know better than that!" he added. "I do not respect that."
Mcleod continued to contend that parents should discipline their children in private using a variety of methods, but said that filming it and posting it online is a step too far.
"We live in a society now where people want to record how they discipline their child. What goes on at home, should stay at home," he concluded.
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