posted on Mar, 5 2013 @ 01:45 PM
That was actually quite restrained of the teacher in question. I remember when we had a South African teacher who took one of our mathematics classes
when I was at school. One child, who had been a constant thorn in the side of the school, not to mention other students, for years, decided that
despite the fact that the teachers regular class was CDT or what the Americans refer to as "shop" class, and was the size of a barn door, had a pony
tail and a hog motorcycle, this kid decided that he was going to call Sir a 'C' word.
Now, normally speaking this would result in a verbal dressing down, being sent to the heads office, and probable detention for some time. Our teacher
however, was not what I would call a restrained gentleman, which is why he spun away from the whiteboard, snatched up the table at which the kid had
been working, and threw it bodily THROUGH a wall, before screaming in the kids face so loud and brutally, that the kid wet himself, at the tender age
of fourteen, in front of the whole class.
He was just as fired as this guy. To be honest, problem students are not people with whom I have any sympathy what so ever, and I have EVERY sympathy
for a good teacher gone mad with rage at the behavior of the pretty much criminal sort of scumbag that wastes thier time, and disrupts the smooth
running of an education system which these ignorant, shiftless bloody idiots should appreciate, instead of scuppering at every turn. People who are
prepared to take a stand on such matters, no matter how inappropriate, would get nothing but a pat on the back, and a well deserved pint of thier
favourite cold beverage.