The driver of a Texas bearded truck puts on a & # 39; black dress & # 39; to take your child to the school bus as punishment after the 11-year-old boy was & rude to his mother & # 39;
- Joseph Blakeney, 32, posted a photo of himself standing in a black dress at the end of his driveway in Pasadena, Texas, on Friday.
- Blakeney explained that he did it to punish his son for being rude to his mother.
- Blakeney made sure everyone on his son's school bus saw him in his suit
- "When you want to treat your mom badly in the morning, a dad takes you to the bus stop with a nice black dress," Blakeney wrote on Facebook.
Snejana Farberov for Dailymail.com
A Texas truck driver became creative in deciding the punishment for his 11-year-old son after the boy disrespected his mother.
Joseph Blakeney, a married father of two from Pasadena, Texas, put on a short black dress and stood at the end of his driveway, just as a school bus stopped to pick up his son on Friday.
The driver of the tow truck explained in a Facebook post, which has since been deleted, that his son did not believe him when he told him he would put on a dress and go to the bus stop to give him a lesson.
Creative Punishment: Joseph Blakeney, a married father of Texas, put on this black dress on Friday and stayed outside to punish his son for disrespecting his mother
Blakeley (left and right), 32, said his 11-year-old son did not think he would, but the crane driver met his threat.
The burly 32-year-old Texan, however, went ahead with his threat.
In a photo published by Blakeney last week, the father with a reddish-bearded face is seen wearing a black sleeveless number while standing on his property, just down the street from the bus stop.
Blakeney told ABC13 that everyone on his son's bus could see his unusual attire.
Blakeley said his son (in the photo, left) thought it was funny. Blakeley and his wife (right) also have a daughter.
"When you want to treat your mom badly in the morning, a dad takes you to the bus stop with a nice black dress," summed up Blakeney.
While some critics criticized Blakeney as a bully for shaming the boy, the father insisted that his 11-year-old son found his sartorial trick funny.
"I bet he will act better now," he wrote.