Teacher gets duped into display ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ by her West Virginia …
May 18, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The clergyman showed a erotic R-rated film to pupils during Hampshire High School in Hampshire County, West Virginia, final week, reports a Charleston Daily Mail.
The risque film was close down after 10 minutes, however, when an partner principal walked by and speckled what a students were watching.
An review was launched and a clergyman obliged for a blunder, who has not been named, claimed to not know what a film was about.
“I will contend it was an impassioned miss of visualisation from an differently really able teacher,” pronounced principal Jeff Woofter.
“The clergyman didn’t do a credentials check on a film or even ask about it,” he added, observant that Hampshire County propagandize process prohibits any cinema from being watched in class.
It’s not famous either a clergyman or a students will be trained over a incident. The age of a children has also not been revealed.
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