A father is being called a hero for his brutal shutdown of the Daily Mail

The Daily Mail and periods
Kerry-anne Mendoza

When the Daily Mail approached a father to use footage of his children on the Mail Online website, it probably wasn’t expecting his forthright response.

Shut down

With much of the country getting shut down by snowmageddon, lots of families are enjoying playtime in the flurries. Composer Nick Harvey and his two children were among them.

But soon after Harvey shared the footage online, the Daily Mail came calling. And it was their turn to get shut down.

Daily Mail asks for footage and gets shut down.

Hero

Harvey’s response soon went viral, with fellow Twitter users branding him a hero for putting the Mail in its place.

Not all heroes wear capes.

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