Man Holds 'I Am a Bully' Sign as Court Punishment

An Ohio man was accused of bullying a woman and her disabled children for years.
1:50 | 04/14/14

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Cleveland delivered an unusual punishment to a man who said she man who said she decided. He had -- the neighbor for more than a decade when she sentenced him to sit for hours holding a sign in which she confessed to being a -- Reporter Michael -- of -- Cleveland station has the story. He spit my moms -- He's their own. Dog feces and -- are -- -- the sidewalks of the kids in the wheelchairs couldn't. -- Sidewalks and spent the movie was a popular dying -- few -- For all the wrong reasons just asked the judge and the defendant referring to the victim -- monkey mama or one of his victims he sued us -- attempted to sue us. Because where -- -- Ventas. Saying we're trying to kill him with fabric softener. The judge -- -- -- the shenanigans and sold to disabled children and -- sit with this sign the sign of change his scarlet letter. As people took pictures it reads I'm a bully -- pick on children that are disabled. A B basically terrorized a south nuclear family for about fifteen years but when he picked on three disabled children and he would be to. -- their ball so far knowing that they where will -- and they were limited -- near abilities to -- -- chase a ball. The sun goes on to read I'm -- tolerant of those that are different from myself. My actions do not reflect an appreciation for the divert self -- with community that I live in. But he was made to hold the sign from 9 AM to 2 PM it's part of his suspended sentence. All look at say the whole thing is it's unbelievable. Today I mean. I don't know why anybody would do that the fear is -- one days -- adorable on cross that line and take it from harassment do. Something more -- a Michael Baldwin in Cleveland for ABC news.

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