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NANUET, N.Y. (WJW) — A New York man refused to allow his 21-year-old son back into his home after the college student went on a spring break trip to Texas. According to the New York Post, 51-year-old Peter Levine tried to get his son, Matt, to end his vacation early. Matt Levine and his friends from Springfield College visited South Padre Island, a popular destination for spring breakers. The group spent many days congregating outdoors and listening to live music. Peter Levine says he spoke with his son every day, urging him to come home. “I was aggravated. The news here was getting worse and worse,” said Peter Levine, referring to the coronavirus outbreak. When Matt Levine and his friends were ready to return from their trip, Peter Levine told them there was “no chance” he would pick them up from the airport. When they arrived at his home via car service, he stopped them from entering the house. “They got out of the car near our driveway, and I said, ‘Stay right there! Do not go any further!’” Peter Levine told the newspaper. He told the college students that they were no longer able to stay with the family as originally planned because he couldn’t risk Matt’s grandparents getting exposed to COVID-19 or any other potential germs the group may have encountered. “I love my son, but they were not sleeping here,” Peter Levine added, “I said, ‘If any of you have to pee, we have some bushes.’ Two of them took me up on it.” Matt Levine and his friends were forced to drive two hours to their on-campus apartments. Peter Levine did, however, fill Matt’s car with bags of groceries and gave him $300 in cash before sending them on their way. “Their lease ends in June, and none of the parents want them home. It’s too risky,” Peter said.

Do you agree that Mr. Levine was right not to allow his son back into his home?

1. Do you agree that Mr. Levine was right not to allow his son back into his home?

Yes
73%
2,036 votes
No
9%
243 votes
Undecided
19%
521 votes
If your child went out of state for spring break against your wishes, would you allow them back into your home?

2. If your child went out of state for spring break against your wishes, would you allow them back into your home?

Yes
13%
376 votes
No
44%
1,232 votes
Undecided
22%
613 votes
Not Applicable
21%
579 votes
Do you think it was irresponsible for college students to go on spring breaks this year?

3. Do you think it was irresponsible for college students to go on spring breaks this year?

Yes
83%
2,320 votes
No
7%
204 votes
Undecided
10%
276 votes
04/10/2020 Parenting 2801 101 By: jksurvey8

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