Fed-up dad gets creative to get stubborn daughter out of the airport

A fed-up father was caught on video dragging his daughter around the airport by her hood. 

The hilarious incident was recorded by a man waiting to pick up his girlfriend on New Years Day at the Dulles airport. "She wasn’t screaming or anything, just hanging out while another girl, presumably her sister, was walking 20 feet behind her out of embarrassment," he told "The Sun" after his Reddit clip went viral. 

The video shows the dad presumably unfazed by his daughter's temper tantrum. He carried his luggage in one hand and dragged her by the hood of her pink winter jacket as she crossed her arms in defiance. The girl allowed herself to be pulled through the baggage claim terminal without protest. Another girl followed behind them with the rest of the luggage. 

Watch the hysterical clip above. 

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