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Dad Gets Shamed for Using ‘Leash’ With 5-Year-Old Quintuplets

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A dad of 5 has been slammed online, after using something which people have compared to handling animals.

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Jordan Driskell faced backlash after using something while taking his children out for a walk, which has caused an internet riot…

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It all started when Jordan Driskell 31, who shares Zoey, Dakota, Hollyn, Asher and Gavin with his wife Briana said they “had a 6-seat stroller at one point” which wasn’t helping in anyway…

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The couple told TODAY Parents that it was too “bulky and ridiculous to take anywhere,” so the Kentucky dad said it was the only possible solution to make walks less stressful.

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Driskell told the media outlet that using a leash was for their “peace of mind.”

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“For our own peace of mind and sanity, we use a leash. It also allows us to leave the house and do fun stuff as a family without being stressed, ” he said.

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“The other thing is, they want to walk when we go somewhere crowded. A leash gives them the opportunity to do that — but we’re still in control. They love it,” Driskell said.

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But then the internet trolls were out for a walk of their own…

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As they slammed him online after he shared a video of the quintuplets using a leash during a day trip to an aquarium.

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The video, which was posted just last year, has only just caught the attention of onlookers recently and has gone viral with over 3 million views.

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“They are humans not dogs,” wrote one user.

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While another dished out some useful advice…

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“Can’t you just train your children well? Explain to them why it’s dangerous to run away?” they wrote.

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“Don’t have that many kids if you can’t handle the pressure,” said another.

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‘That’s messed up. If you can’t handle that many children don’t get them in the first place,” wrote a third.

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You can watch the viral video here.

What do you think?

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