Fearing that his son would infect him and his entire family with COVID-19 after the young university student went on vacation with his friends, a father of family denied him entry to his home on his return.
Peter Levine, 52, had asked his son Matt to cancel the trip to Texas that he had planned with his fellow students at Springfield College, in Massachusetts, because the panorama of the pandemic was worsening, the newspaper reported. New York Post.
"I spoke to him every day and said that maybe they should go home," Levine said. "I was upset. The news here was getting worse and worse. Matt sent me photos of him and his friends hanging out outside and listening to live music. It's the stage you don't want to be in."
The father explained that on his return he left his 21-year-old son out of the house in Nanuet, New York, since the young man's grandparents live under the same roof - and he could not run the risk of Matt returning infected from the virus after partying with other students in Texas.
After his truncated vacation, Matt went to his dad's house as plan B with some friends and, although his father told them that if they wanted to go to the bathroom they could use the bushes in the garden of the house, it was not all bad news for him. young.
According to a New York Post report, his father filled the trunk of his son's car with groceries and left him an envelope with something missing.
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About their stay on South Padre Island, Texas, Matt told the newspaper that they were only allowed to go to the beach in small groups and that the police seemed to be trying to ruin their party.
After his father's displeasure, the young man and his friends returned to the city of Springfield to stay in an accommodation off the university campus to wait for classes to resume and the quarantine to pass.
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