Sicilian mother cuts off 61-year-old son's allowance because he stayed out too late

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She sent him packing!When I was in high school, I worried about one day becoming the son that never left my parent's house, and now that I have a child of my own, I worry that she'll be that kind of daughter (though, granted, she's 3, so that's a long way off).

But, no matter how long my kids are living under my roof, I doubt it could be this bad. A 61-year-old man was finally given the boot by his fed up mother after he stayed out too late. Apparently this was the last straw in a string of naughty behavior by the sexagenarian, as it caused mom to take away her son's house keys, cancel his weekly allowance, and haul him down to the local police station.

In his defense, the man claimed the allowance was paltry and that his mother couldn't cook.

Fortunately, police were able to smooth things over, allowing life to return to normal, allowance intact.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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