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NOVEMBER 21--A 12-year-old Florida student was arrested earlier this month after he "deliberately passed gas to disrupt the class," according to police. The child, who was also accused of shutting off the computers of classmates at Stuart's Spectrum Jr./Sr. High School, was busted November 4 for disruption of a school function. A Martin County Sheriff's Office report, a copy of which you'll find below, notes that the 4' 11" offender admitted that he "continually disrupted his classroom environment by breaking wind and shutting off several computers." The boy, whose name was redacted from the police report released today, was turned over to his mother following the arrest. The young perp turned 13 on November 15.
Originally posted by MOFreemason
It sounds as though several teachers had become quite frustrated with his antics and decided to "teach him a lesson" after threatening to call the police. Once they realized they had to stick to their word, or look "weak," the police were called.
Stupid, stupid, stupid.
Absolutely ridiculous, give the kid a friggin break
Originally posted by angryamerican
Not stupid at all. Obviously the parents or parent are not able to teach this little brat what is acceptable behavior so others are having to do it. Sense when is a real world lesson stupid. We need more of this. This might actually keep this spoiled little brat out of jail when he gets older.
I make sure my kids know there are real consequences to all actions.