New York man refuses to let son back in house after taking spring break trip amid coronavirus outbreak

NANUET, N.Y. (WJW) — A New York man refused to let his 21-year-old son again into his dwelling after the school pupil went on a spring break journey to Texas.

According to the New York Post, 51-year-old Peter Levine tried to get his son, Matt, to finish his trip early.

Matt and his pals from Springfield School visited South Padre Island, a preferred vacation spot for spring breakers. The group spent many days congregating outdoor and listening to reside music.

Peter says he spoke with Matt daily, urging him to return dwelling.

“I used to be aggravated. The information right here was getting worse and worse,” stated Peter, referring to the coronavirus outbreak.

When Matt and his pals have been able to return from their journey, Peter informed them there was “no likelihood” he would choose them up from the airport.

Once they arrived at Peter’s dwelling through automotive service, he stopped them from getting into the home.

“They acquired out of the automotive close to our driveway and I stated, ‘Keep proper there! Don’t go any additional!’” Peter informed the newspaper.

Peter informed the school college students that they have been now not in a position to stick with the household as initially deliberate as a result of he couldn’t danger Matt’s grandparents getting uncovered to COVID-19 or another potential germs the group could have encountered.

“I really like my son, however they weren’t sleeping right here,” Peter added, “I stated, ‘If any of it’s important to pee, we now have some bushes.’ Two of them took me up on it.”

Matt and his pals have been compelled to drive two hours to their on-campus flats.

Peter did, nevertheless, fill Matt’s automotive with luggage of groceries and gave him $300 in money earlier than sending them on their approach.

“Their lease ends in June and not one of the dad and mom need them dwelling. It’s too dangerous,” Peter stated.


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