When a Utah fourth grader bullied a classmate about what she wore, the bully's stepmother punished the child by forcing her to wear thrift store clothes.
UTAH - When a Utah fourth-grader bullied a class-mate about what she wore, the 10-year old's step-mother dished-out some unusual but effective punishment.
Kaylee's teacher told her step-mom she had been harassing a student so much that the girl wanted to leave school.
So her step-mom, Ally Olsen, bought a pile of clothes from a thrift store and that has been Kaylee's ward-robe for the past few days.
"She really needs to know that this had such an effect on someone else's life, that she has to feel how that felt to know that it was wrong," Olsen said.
Kaylee says she felt embarrassed in class, but did admit, she's learned her lesson.