A total stranger decided to spank a toddler and then tell the dad that this is what they do in Mexico. No, we’re not kidding. This goes beyond anything we’ve ever heard of and is pretty disturbing. The man was arrested but we’re not sure he even realizes what he did was wrong. He fought the cops pretty hard and once he was in the car he kicked the windows and doors. Loco!

Via Newnan Times Herald:

A man was arrested after spanking a stranger’s toddler while in line at a grocery store.

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According to police, Juan Guevara Martinez, 62, was standing in line at the Kroger at 48 Bullsboro Drive when he reportedly grabbed a 2-year-old by the arm and spanked him.

James Morris, father of the 2-year-old, said he was finishing up shopping with his family and was in the self-checkout lane when his son kept asking for a candy bar, and whined when James told him no.

In the flash of an eye, Morris recalled Martinez slapping his son on top of his left hand, before grabbing his left arm to turn him around and popped him three times on his bottom.

“He told my son, ‘This is what we do to kids in Mexico,’” Morris recalled. “I told him, ‘Well, this isn’t Mexico.’” […]

When police attempted to handcuff Martinez, he reportedly pulled away and refused to be taken into custody. When police were finally able to get him in a patrol car, Martinez began kicking the doors and windows, according to the report.

After being medically cleared at Piedmont Hospital, Martinez was transported to the Coweta County Jail where he was charged with cruelty to children, obstruction of officers, battery and disorderly conduct.

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