Man in Oklahoma physically abuses son in a Facebook Live video

An Oklahoma man was arrested after he had allegedly manhandled and physically abused his son the video of which was streamed live on Facebook.

Ralph Hishaw, 32, was arrested after posting the 32-minute long video on his Facebook account showing himself screaming, swearing at and hitting his son, reports Tulsa World.

The house which was later invaded by the police was in a deplorable condition as garbage was strewn across the entire house. The authorities also found a vial of a dissosciative drug called PCP said the Dailymail.

The police claim the video contained footage of Ralph screaming at his six-year old son and forcing his son to say, " F*** you daddy." The video also showed Ralph threatening to hit the child's head on the ceiling. When his son said 'no' and put his fingers in his mouth as he cried, Hishaw allegedly slapped him and forced his own fingers into the child's mouth.

According to FOX23Ralph's Facebook friends saw the video and reported the video to the police. While investigating his Facebook page the police reportedly found another video of him abusing his son.

While physically examining the six-year-old boy, police said they saw bruises on his back and during a forensic interview, the boy allegedly said that the bruises were caused when Hishaw 'slammed him on the ground' and hit him on the back. Hishaw was charged with two counts each of child abuse by injury, child neglect and possession of a controlled substance.

Published Date: Jun 07, 2017 10:59 AM | Updated Date: Jun 07, 2017 10:59 AM