A judge ordered a man in Euclid, Ohio to hold a sign in his front yard that reads, "I'm a bully. I pick on children who are disabled," according to a report by WKYC in Cleveland.
The ruling is creating a ton of buzz on social media around the country with many lauding the judge's unconventional approach and others saying it goes too far.
The ruling came after Euclid resident Mike Prugh said his nextdoor neighbor, 62-year-old Edmond Aviv, harassed his family, which includes children with disabilities, according to the report.
WKYC said the allegations say Aviv used a vent on his garage to hook up a device that leaked kerosene, smeared dog feces on parts of the house and more.
Judge Gayle Williams-Byers said after five years of court appearance it was time for Aviv to pay — publicly. She sentenced him to 15 days in jail and ordered him to make a sign saying he is a bully.