He’s a proud dad.
A dad broke his little one being mean – and not in the way you’d expect. Warren Tansey filmed the moment he confronted his 6-year-old son Acer for downloading a racy image of a ‘bunny girl’ onto his iPad.
In a Twitter video now viral With nearly 50,000 views, Warren was hysterical after coming across a video of a scantily clad woman demonstrating “stop, drop and roll” but in a weirdly seductive way.
The woman featured in the clip donned micro shorts, a skin-tight crop top and, of course, bunny ears as she twisted her hips and let it down.
“When I first saw it I thought it was hilarious. It’s not too rude – but it’s definitely borderline,” the father, from Greater Manchester, told Kennedy News at about the clip.
“While I was with him, I thought I should put him on to surprise him and question him a bit. His reaction was really funny.
Instead of punishing his curious child, Warren instead chose to embarrass him on camera, giving Acer the opportunity to reveal himself.
“You added this to your iPad,” his son Warren accused in the viral video.
At first, the tike pleaded fifth and denied deliberately recording the clip, refusing to answer whether he found the woman attractive as his father pushed him for answers.
“You liar,” Warren exclaimed. “You like it so you saved it to your camera roll.”
“It just happened,” Acer held on, ignoring the questioning.
Warren shared the clip, intended for ‘laughs’, online because he ‘thought it would be funny to share’, and it was – the cheeky kid has racked up thousands of views online.
Fortunately, Acer’s mother, Danielle Redikin, 39, also found the incident hilarious.
“He was really excited to look at it, and then he was embarrassed when I asked him, so he must have liked it. He must have liked the look of the girl in it,” the dad explained. “He tried to get away with saying he couldn’t have filmed it, he’s definitely mature beyond his years.”
The eagle-eyed father-of-two spotted the steamy clip two days before taking on Acer on camera last Sunday.
Other men touted the youngster as an absolute ‘legend’ in the comments section of Twit wit, clearly thinking the odd moment of parenthood was cutting edge humor.
“What a better kid he is!” a TikToker commented.
“Impeccable taste,” another praised the boy’s choice.
“Legend,” someone else simply said.