The crushed Audi and the crushing excavator

Angry Father Crushes Daughter’s Luxury Car

In what many may describe as bizarre parenting,  an angry father, enraged by his daughter’s manners, vents his frustrations in a bizarre fashion by crushing her luxury Audi car with an excavator just to ‘prove a point’.

“Nothing was wrong with the engine,” the angry father confirmed, and clarified that his action “was to prove a point to someone, though, the car was in perfect shape.”

Ashlyn’s sister, Kaylor said on Facebook that her father, Mike, crushed his sister’s Audi A4 because he was very angry. She said, “He doesn’t like bad behaviour or when you try you disobey his orders. I think my sister did, and Dad became outraged about that. The result of his anger is always very regrettable if not quickly controlled.”

A video posted on Facebook shows Mike driving the New Holland excavator into his daughter, Ashlyn’s Audi and wrecking the vehicle.

Mike said, “Somebody must listen to somebody and obey simple instruction. If I say don’t do this, then don’t do it; because I am the father and you are my daughter, not my wife!”

Though the exact details of this shocking incident is not yet clear, but according to theFacebook page was that, Ashlyn, Kaylor’s sister, was with someone in her car whom Mike didn’t feel should be there and secondly, Mike has an incredibly short temper which makes him erratic in anger.

However, while some people may see his action as extreme, it is also possible for others to feel it is poor parenting, but, now calm Mike sees his action as teaching his daughter a lesson, even though the crushed car use to be one of his favourite cars before passing it onto Ashlyn.

But how bitter his action was will be better told in how much Ashlyn conforms in future.

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