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Old 03-30-2020, 06:14 AM
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  • A New York father says he refused to let his college-age son back in their Nanuet home after the student traveled to South Padre Island for spring break.
  • Peter Levine, 51, told the New York Post that he tried to encourage his 21-year-old son, Matt, to come home early from the trip, but to no avail.
  • "I was aggravated," the elder Levine said. "The news here was getting worse and worse."
  • According to the 51-year-old father, he didn't want his son to enter their home because Matt's elderly grandparents lived in the house and he didn't want to risk exposing them to the novel coronavirus.
  • So, Levine said, he sent his son and his friends back to their on-campus apartment and didn't even let them inside to use the bathroom.
A New York father refused to let his 21-year-old son back into their home after the Springfield College student traveled to South Padre Island, Texas, for spring break.

Peter Levine, 51, told the New York Post he tried to get his 21-year-old son, Matt, to return from his vacation early.

"I spoke with him every day and told him that maybe they should come home. I was aggravated. The news here was getting worse and worse," the elder Levine said, adding that his son sent "pictures of him and his friends congregating outdoors and listening to live music."

According to the 51-year-old, he finally told his son that he and his friends couldn't stay at the family home in Nanuet, New York, after their trip as previously planned. "His grandparents live here and there is no need to expose them to God knows what he had been exposed to," Levine said.

Levine recalled telling his son once the younger Levine and his friends returned from South Padre Island, that there was "no chance" he'd be coming to pick them up from the airport and that they'd have to make their way back to the Nanuet home via a car service.

"They got out of the car near our driveway and I said: 'Stay right there! Do not go any further!'" the 51-year-old said of the group's return to Nanuet to pick up Matt Levine's car. The group then faced a 2-1/2-hour drive back to their on-campus apartments in Massachusetts, but the elder Levine still wouldn't allow them inside the home.

"I love my son, but they were not sleeping here," he told the Post. "I said, 'If any of you have to pee, we have some bushes.' Two of them took me up on it."

Luckily for Matt, his father had already filled the trunk of his car with bags of groceries and even placed an envelope with $300 on the driver's seat.

But it seems unlikely that the younger Levine will be able to return home anytime soon. "Their lease ends in June and none of the parents want them home. It's too risky," Levine told the Post.

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Old 03-30-2020, 06:15 AM
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A smart Dad and a good lesson for his son to learn from.

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Old 03-30-2020, 02:24 PM
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Old 03-30-2020, 04:18 PM
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Sometimes the RIGHT lesson, is the MOST difficult to teach and or learn.
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Old 03-31-2020, 05:38 AM
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Seems logical to me. Why should he take the risk just because his kid wants to be a dolt.
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Old 03-31-2020, 10:47 AM
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Decisions have consequences. Kid hopefully learned he isn't in a bubble
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