Fathers will always find new ways to embarrass us or make us laugh with a bad joke – but a father in America may have taken a joke a bit too far.
Jay Feely is a former NFL Professional football player who has played for the likes of the Atlanta Falcons, the New York Jets and the Arizona Cardinals. On Saturday, the 41-year-old shared a picture on his Twitter of him standing between his daughter and her prom while holding handgun
The caption for the tweet read: "I wish my beautiful daughter and her date a great one Time at Prom #BadBoys. "
It is not entirely clear what Feely tried to convey here, but we can only guess that he adopted the stereotypical stereotype "overprotective father".
He may also be trying to refer to a scene from the action movie Will Smith Bad Boys 2
regardless of whether this is a harmless reference to a movie or an example of a man, which is very associated with his weapons, Jay's Tweet sparked a lively debate.
Many were worried about the effects of Jay's tweet and the safety of his family.
Others tried to defend him, believing that the image had been over-inflated.
In an attempt to calm the situation, Jay's father, Tom Feely, who is a sports coach, stepped in and clarified that the two students were dating a number of years, and that was altogether no problem.
To further explain that this was just a joke, Jay rescued a ghost of the Bad Boys 2 scene he referred to.
The fact that Jay decided to make such a joke in the current climate The laws governing weapons in America still do not apologize, especially since it is only one day after Columbine's 19-year anniversary. Massacre has done.
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