& # 39; I went there and kicked him in the back & # 39 ;: my father reveals how he hit the bully of his daughter's school
- A radio host spoke about how he confronted the school bully of his two daughters
- Gary McCormick said he confronted the attacker by "kicking him in the back"
- McCormick said parents should take a firmer stance toward school bullies
- The personal account was initiated during a segment on bullying in schools
Paula Ahillon for Daily Mail Australia
A father has talked about how he once confronted his daughters' bully in the school playground by "kicking him in the back".
Radio presenter Gary McCormick, during his breakfast program on More FM, a New Zealand radio network, detailed the moment he came face to face with the bully who tormented his two daughters.
"My older daughters went to a school where a young brat had this fetish for kicking girls in the legs," he said.
Gary McCormick talked about how he faced the bully of his two daughters in the air
& # 39; Y [he] I went around doing it until I got down there and kicked him in the back and told him that if he did it again, he would come back. "
The radio host noted that he did not physically kick the stalker, but used the phrase "kick him in the back" as a way of speaking to confront the aggressor.
McCormick's personal account was initiated during a segment that discussed bullying in schools.
McCormick said parents need to take a stronger position to fight bullying in schools
During the segment of her breakfast program, McCormick said that parents should take more measures to combat bullying in schools instead of leaving it in the hands of teachers, and often the repeated harassment of vulnerable children goes unpunished.
"My opinion is that if my children were attacked and intimidated, I am not talking about an isolated incident, but if there was a pattern of intimidation and my children were victims of it, I would go to school and I would not leave until they brought me to that I would call the police, I would not pass the responsibility to the school, "McCormick said.
Following the McCormick segment, a spokesperson for MediaWorks said they did not condone violence of any kind.
The personal account of the radio veteran was triggered by a segment on bullying in schools