Practical jokes on others are something that the majority of us do occasionally in life. We run the risk of receiving negative feedback if we do it in public. Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth recently came under fire for pulling a prank on their son’s birthday. While many people are quick to judge, doing so without all the facts could be premature.

Chris Hemsworth posted a picture of their son, 9, being played for a fool during his birthday celebrations on Instagram, sparking the controversy. But since Pataky had buried her son’s face in a chocolate cake, many people were quick to criticize her behavior. The act was described as being both senseless and aggressive by some.

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We all should be aware that pictures don’t always depict the whole story.

In the image, Pataky is seen forcing her son’s head into the cake as Chris Hemsworth and other kids laugh in the background. Numerous people expressed their perplexity and disapproval toward the incident, doubting its humor and characterizing it as an act of violence. One critic commented in the comments section, “Why people smash their kid’s face in the cake is beyond my understanding, but whatever.”. Another person wrote, “Why do people find this funny?,” and a third person added, “It’s so violent. A fourth person chimed in, “[This is] done in my country, but it’s very poorly [viewed] because several accidents have already occurred.

Pataky and Chris Hemsworth have not yet made a statement about the situation. They are known to take risks, though, so that much is clear about their family. For instance, Hemsworth performs the majority of his stunts, and given his role as Thor, it makes sense that such stunts would involve some level of risk.

The stuntman’s difficulties have been openly discussed. However, he has worked to enhance his self-care practices in recent years. He has also stated that he wants his kids to be appreciative of everything around them. Read: For 29 years, this father and his son took the same photo. You will feel moved by the last image.

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Some fans appear to disagree with the majority and support Chris Hemsworth.

Despite the negative reactions, some people asserted that the incident could teach the kids the value of humor when it is used properly. One fan responded, “Violent? It’s a little play,” while another added, “Just a little basic humor…. They appear to be enjoying themselves with one another. “.

A third person added, “Those kids are going to grow up being able to take a joke, not be some little fairy who thinks having their head dipped in frosting is violent. Happy 9th birthday to my two little men! There is only one way to eat cake in this house, and that is to have your mother slam your head into it face first!, Chris Hemsworth wrote in the caption of his Instagram post.

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“He then described what transpired after he said, ‘Hey Mom, I prefer vanilla cake to chocolate cake. It’s simple for us to judge people harshly based on what we see on social media, but sometimes things are not as they seem. One of those circumstances appears to be the current one. Continue reading: Shaquille O’Neal raises questions with a concerning hospital photo while receiving well wishes from his fans.