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Caught on cam: Man kicks 6-year-old down skateboard ramp

(Source: NBC) (Source: NBC)

JACKSONVILLE, FL (NBC) - A video of a man kicking his child off a ramp at a Jacksonville, Florida skate park is causing an uproar on social media.

The video shows Marcus Crossland kicking his 6-year-old son down a skateboard ramp nicknamed Big Brown at Kona Skate Park.

"Unfortunately parents get so enthusiastic about their kids and their abilities in skateboarding, or baseball, or football or whatever and sometimes they take it a little too far," Martin Ramos, Kona's operator, said.

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