It used to be dads used to spend summers with their kids at sports fields or at the beach.

Apparently, now, they spend time with their kids terrorizing the local Walmart, in order to film YouTube videos.

For the record, I believe that this father and son - well, especially the father because he's the adult - are setting a bad precedent here.

The duo are filming a YouTube prank in a Walmart, taking over the store's public address system.

I get it, you want to make YouTube videos, increase your subscribers and views, so YouTube starts sending you checks every month. What I don't get is a father supervising his son as the boy wreaks havoc in a business.

Why is this OK?

(Obviously the conundrum here as that by featuring this kid's video, he's going to get more views, which is what he wants in the long run...._)