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What He Did To Teach His Son About His Job Seems Harmless But Could Have Been Deadly

FEBRUARY 17, 2017  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

Parents: before you let your kids do something potentially dangerous, think long and hard about it first.

If you do manage to convince yourself that it's okay, don't ever post a video on social media. One father is now under investigation by police after he posted a Facebook video showing his young son at the wheel of his semi truck, driving on the highway while he happily filmed.

Mike Gustuson, a man who works (or worked) for a company called Ship Ex out of Salt Lake City, Utah, is now facing criminal charges.

Lt. Jeff Nigbur said of the incident, "The child does obviously not have a license or a CDL and is not experienced. He could've killed somebody." Learn more in the video below.


Youtube / KUTV2News

"I kind of understand where he's coming from as a father, having some good father-son bonding time, but honestly, that's just not the way to do it," said Nigbur.

(via KUTV2 News)

Read More: His Facebook Post Was So Troubling That A Woman Immediately Called Police

This was so dangerous! I'm glad no one got hurt. Share this video to remind everyone that what they do (and later post online) can come with very real consequences.

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