Tommy Jordan, a North Carolina dad, recently taught his teenage daughter the hard way to show some respect - and that nothing on the Internet is really private.
He pulled out a gun and pumped nine bullets into her laptop - on camera.
When her dad discovered a Facebook rant that she thought she had blocked from him, he decided to respond in a way that will certainly never be forgotten.
Jordan, of Albemarle, N.C., posted this video on YouTube, responding to his daughter Hannah's post, in which she complained about having to do chores:
"I'm not your damn slave," Tommy, who works in IT and discovered the post when adding software to her laptop to upgrade it, read from Hannah's post.
"We have a cleaning lady for a reason."
After continuing to read his 15-year-old's missive, he fired bullets into her computer from a .45 handgun. That's one way to get your point across.
Jordan also addresses Hannah on camera in the video, saying that she can clean up the house and get a new computer if she pays for one herself.
Tommy also noted that Hannah must pay him back for the bullets and software he just installed. Ouch. No laws were broken, and there will be no investigation.
Just the same, the father's actions have sparked controversy and discussion, with some finding it way out of line, and others praising his backbone.
"Maybe a few kids can take something away from this," he wrote on YouTube.
"If you're so disrespectful as to post this kind of thing on Facebook, you're deserving of some tough love. Today, my daughter is getting a dose of tough love."
Tommy Jordan shooting his daughter's laptop: