Police in Georgia handcuffed a kindergartner after the girl threw a tantrum, and the police chief is making no apologies.
The 6-year-old is accused of tearing items off the walls and throwing furniture at school in the central Georgia city of Milledgeville.
The police report says the girl knocked over a shelf that injured the principal.
The elementary school called police after the Friday tantrum.
The report says when an officer tried to calm the child, she resisted and was handcuffed.
The girl was charged with simple assault and damage to property.
Police Chief Dray Swicord says the department's policy is to handcuff people in certain situations, and "there is no age discrimination on that rule."
The child was suspended from school until August.