Dad punches out guy ogling his teen daughter
Parents of daughters, there comes a time in all of our lives when our little girls go from being our sweet and innocent little girls covered from head to toe in pink to the object of some perverts ogling. None of us like it but what can we do about it? Well, one dad in a WaWa in Pennsylvania took a stand and metaphorically said, "NO MORE!"
The gentleman walked into the WaWa with his daughter and noticed another customer ogling his baby girl (because we all know that no matter how old they get, they are always our baby girls) and what came next was what I can only imagine must have been one of the purest, unfiltered daddy bear parenting moment that no one saw coming...
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The dad punched the guy square in the face. You read that right, he punched the guy in the face!
The Upper Darby Police Department in suburban Philadelphia has released a photo of the man and his daughter to the public. They are still searching for the man who police say caused serious injuries to his "victim," the male customer looking at his daughter like she was the last morsel of food on the planet and he was starving.
We don't know if this was the first time or the 5-millionth time that some pervy jackass made eyes at this man's daughter, but obviously he couldn't take it anymore. Maybe he was having a bad day or maybe he just wanted to protect his daughter from the discomfort that comes from being objectified and made to feel dirty by the leering of others.
All I know is that I hope the police don't catch him because I think he was just doing his fatherly duties. He did what any father would want to do in that situation. I can't imagine it is very easy for a dad to watch idly as a man not only has impure thoughts about his daughter, but actually has the gall to say something about it in front of her father. Nope, I think this man got exactly what he deserved a busted nose and a bruised ego.
Image Upper Darby Police Department