Marcus Crossland and his son are regular fixtures at Kona Skate Park in Jacksonville, but Saturday's incident was the first time there's been any problems with the duo, according to First Coast News.

A Florida man is shown kicking his 6-year-old son off a skateboard ramp in an Instagram video that has since gone viral and sparked a Department of Children and Families investigation.

Marcus Crossland and his son are regular fixtures at Kona Skate Park in Jacksonville, but Saturday's incident was the first time there's been any problems with the duo, according to First Coast News

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The little boy seen in the video is known locally as a skateboarding prodigy who's been nicknamed Dino the Dinosaur. When he was having trouble going down the half-pipe, his father pushed him. The boy wasn't injured, although he can be heard crying in the video.

Crossland told a park official that he got "caught up in the moment" and that he understood what he did was wrong. He's since been banned from the park and has been contacted by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, the newspaper reports.

Video of the incident was originally posted to 13-year-old Ryan Stephens' Instagram and was then shared by a @IgersJax, a popular account in the Jacksonville area. From there, the footage spread across the web.

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