Is it cool for parents to shame their kids online?

Parents appear to be posting punishments they give their kids on social media.

An expert interviewed about this phenomenon and posted online, featured on Khabazela's 'What's gone viral'.

Read: 'Social media is incredibly destructive' warns Clinical Psychologist #NotCool

One of the videos shows a dad driving behind his son accused of bullying at school as he runs down the road to school. #NotCool

In a show of true sportsmanship, Seb Vettel stepped in and answered a question from a journalist about Lewis Hamilton. You've got to watch this...

Here are more links to Khabazela's What's gone Viral.

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