MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A western Wisconsin woman is accused of causing mental harm to a child after she allegedly participated in giving a 6-year-old girl a swirly as a disciplinary measure.

Evelyn D. Seitz, of Mondovi, Wisconsin, faces a felony charge, as well as one for disorderly conduct, according to a report from Winona Radio.

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Investigators say that on Oct. 30, 46-year-old Seitz held the girl by the ankles and put her head in a toilet bowl as a man flushed it.

The incident happened in a house in the town of Gilmanton, which is just south of Mondovi. The girl’s mother was in the house when it happened.

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Seitz told officials that she thought the punishment was an effective disciplinary measure, adding that she’d done the same to her own kids.

The punishment came about, investigators say, after a report of poor behavior from the girl’s school.

Seitz is slated to be in Buffalo County court next Friday.

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Mondovi is about 95 miles east of the Twin Cities.