It was a year ago that Allan Gieger bought his son a ’98 Ford Explorer for his 16th birthday. The truck was to be used to drive to school and to work.
But the teenage Gieger had some other ideas for it. He took his friends for rides in it, smoked pot in it, and didn’t show his parents any respect.
Allan was sick and tired of his son’s actions and bad attitude. So, he decided to fight back.
He put his son’s SUV up for sale online.
He even agreed to take $250 off the price if the buyer lived in the area just so his son would see the vehicle every now and then to remind him “how good he had it!”
Here’s the post Allan put online:
The truck sold in two hours and Allan says he did it for one reason – he says he just had his son’s best interests at heart.
So, what do you think?
Was Allan wrong to do this or was it really good parenting?