Via The Metro
Terence Llewellyn lost his temper after the prank by seven-year-old son Kai and hit the youngster’s arm hard enough to leave bruising.
The 46-year-old, who has raised Kai alone since the death of the boy’s mother in 2007, was arrested in February last year after witnesses spotted the bruises.
But he was spared jail after Manchester Crown Court heard tat Llewellyn had been living ‘in harmony’ with his son following the intervention of social services.
Llewellyn’s mother, then 86, was said to have been ‘amused’ by the stunt.
Parents are legally allowed to smack their children – but any action that leaves a mark is not considered ‘reasonable chastisement’ and can lead to charges of common assault or worse Continue Reading….
Well.. I bet the boy won’t dare to try to super glue his elderly grandmother to a toilet seat again after recieving that smack.
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