Details sketchy but son apparently doodles on dad’s passport, gets father stranded

Perp is his 4-year-old and apparently likes his dad with raccoon eyes and spiked hair

By Glenn Selig
Posted on Jun 2, 2014 - 10:31am

SOUTH KOREA (Daddyhood.net)  
Courtesy: China.news.com.au via FoxNews.com

Courtesy: China.news.com.au via FoxNews.com

Here’s why you should always carry some crayons and extra paper or coloring book when you have little ones.

The 4-year-old son of a man from China grabbed a black permanent pen and doodled all over his dad’s passport.

The boy gave his dad raccoon eyes, a beard and spiked hair, plus drew all sorts of things… happy faces, animals, what not… on every inch of critical information on the passport.

The man tried to board his flight back to China from South Korea but was stopped by security.

Fox News reports that the man’s family is believed to have flown home but the dad, who identifies himself only as “Chen” on the Chinese social networking site Weibo, says he was stranded in South Korea and was hoping someone could help.

The post, according to Fox, reads this dad “can’t return to the country… What is [he] to do? Please help.”

Apparently customs didn’t think much of the son’s artwork.

Might we recommend erasable markers in the future?

Erasable, dads. Erasable. Don’t forget that!

Glenn Selig

Glenn Selig is a dad of two, the founder & publisher of Daddyhood and Daddyhood.net. He is also president/CEO of Selig Multimedia, Inc.
Email: gselig@seligmultimedia.com