Tired of their children’s dirty bedrooms, parents recently have showed off their bedrooms after BBC presenter Nicky Campbell complained on social media about his daughter’s messiness.
Campbell posted a tweet a few days back to his 141,300 followers showing her teenage daughter’s untidy room saying that the mess like this had ‘really p*****’ him off.
The 58-year-old said: ‘This is completely unacceptable. You are nearly 19 years old and I am bloody sick of it. I don’t care that you were going to tidy it up. It just really p***** me off.’
This seems to start a trend and soon afterward, frustrated parents from all over the world started sharing pictures of their own children’s messes.
This included Kirsten Gough, who sent images of their daughter Lara’s bedroom who is 18 years old.
The images showed piles of clothes on the floor, empty crisp packets and used coffee cups.
Dawn Brice also sent an image of the rubbish that is there under her daughter’s bed.
She said: ‘I noticed my plates and cutlery were missing, I found two week old scrambled egg and two bowls of fermented cereal in an empty drawer.
‘Her name is Darley Brice feel free to name and shame her.’
And it did not stop here. Many parents shared the photos of their kid’s room and some of them are absolutely outrageous.
These images prompted an incredible backlash with people calling out this the ‘power imbalance’ of shaming her online.
Labour MP Helen Goodman replied to Nicki’s tweet and said: ‘Really very very unfair use of power imbalance. Most inappropriate.’
But in a series of tweets, the TV star then defended the post and said that it was a joke.
Source – Daily Mail