A DAD has been hailed a "legend" after rating his daughter's "inappropriate" outfits – and she struggled to get more than a six out of 10.
Lauren Shovlin, 23, asked her dad to score her wardrobe choices and while he was happy to oblige, he clearly wasn't impressed with some of her picks.
Railway worker Steven gave his daughter a series of hilarious yet savage 0/10 ratings in a video shared by Lauren on TikTok.
The clip starts with a picture of the 23-year-old, from Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, smiling for the camera in a see-through white dress.
After asking for his rating, a straight-faced Steven said: "Ridiculous – zero, nanty, zip", prompting a giggle from Lauren.
Next up, the dad branded a thigh-length, red frock as "still way too short" and gave it a score of two out of 10.
An exasperated Lauren responded "oh my god" before things improved with a demure one-sleeved pink dress as Steven decided: "You look pretty there. Five."
But he was certainly not a fan of Lauren's high-waisted denim shorts as he fumed: "I know for a fact your a**e is hanging out the back of them. A two."
It was a similar story as Lauren flashed her tum in a bikini on holiday, as a laughing Steven made a zero with his fingers, and added "zip."
A fairly short dress, however, received better than previous ones as Steven said: "I'll give you a five kid."
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Social media users are loving Steven's brutal ratings, with Lauren's video racking up almost 500,000 views.
One asked: "What does it take to get a 10 from this man? Hahaha, he’s a legend."
A second wrote: "He is savage. Typical Scottish dad, we’ve got no chance."
A third joked: "When he thinks he’s being really generous giving out 6s."
Meanwhile, a fourth added: "Lol he’s savage."
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