Meet Bryan Thornhill.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10209625884914649&set=picfp.1554500665.10209625870194281&type=3&theaterWhen Thornhill's ten-year-old son was kicked off the school bus for bullying other kids, he made sure his son would have a commuting experience even more unpleasant."It was a no-brainer for me: Your son is kicked off the bus, so do you drive him to school? No — that’s a treat. That wasn’t an option," he told The Washington Post.Thornhill made his son run to school in the rain, and he filmed the whole thing with some colorful commentary. "This right here is just old-school, simple parenting," he said from the warm comforts of his car. "This ain’t killing nobody. This is a healthy way for a child to be punished."https://www.facebook.com/WarriorCode.us/videos/954412494711630/Interestingly, the punishment has proven to be positive for the kid."Ironically, since he’s been running to school this week, his behavior’s been much better. Teachers have approved of his behavior this week. He hasn’t gotten in trouble this week, where last week, he was just absolutely out of his mind," Thornhill said.The video inspired a debate on social media."I think his problem comes from the father. Poor boy. I can’t stand you, and I don’t even know you! Something is wrong in your household," one woman wrote on Facebook.A man commented, "OUTSTANDING JOB we need more parents like this then we wont have so many thugs and snowflakes running around."After the video went viral, Thornhill posted a followup, addressing the critics out there."If you’ve got your panties in a wad over watching a kid jog, well I feel sorry for you," Thornhill said. "If a kid jogging offends you, then get … off the couch — you probably need a lap or two."