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Dad acts out threat to daughter's boyfriend in hilarious homecoming photo

A fun-loving Wisconsin dad made good on his threat to his teenage daughter's boyfriend in the most hilarious way possible.

After telling the boy, "Whatever you do to my daughter, I'll do to you," Benjamin Schock photobombed their homecoming pictures, wrapping his arms around the boyfriend's waist in an unforgettable photo.

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Benjamin Schock hilariously photobombed his daughter's homecoming dance photo shoot.

Sharee Schock, Benajmin's wife, told TODAY.com it all happened when their son and daughter, along with their dates, friends and families, gathered at the Schock home in Bangor for a photo shoot before the homecoming dance on Saturday, October 10.

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"I had my daughter go up and she was going to do some poses with her boyfriend, and my husband made a silly side comment, whatever he does to her, he's gonna do to him," she said.

"And he did the pose with his arms around her waist. And then my husband went over there and wrapped his arms around her boyfriend!"

"My daughter walked away and said, 'Oh my gosh, Mom don't take a picture!' So of course I did," Schock added.

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Ricarra Schock with her boyfriend.

Schock, who's a photographer, put the hilarious photo next to the photo of her 15-year-old daughter, Ricarra, and her boyfriend in the same pose, and posted it on Facebook.

"Within a week, it was viral," she said. "We thought it was hilarious, we just didn't think everyone else would, too!"

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As for her husband, Schock said he's not really an overprotective dad — just a joker.

"I would say he's more silly than overprotective," she said. "He's the biggest kid of them all. He's the guy who goes to the grocery store and makes ten friends."

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The Schock family.

The couple also has a 17-year-old son, a 12-year-old son and a 4-year-old daughter.

Schock said despite her daughter's initial embarrassment, she and her boyfriend are enjoying their newfound Internet fame.

"They think it's hilarious and awesome," she said. "They're little superstars at the tiny high school. They're like celebrities now."

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