Quantcast

School Officials Attempt To Punish Girl For Hitting A Boy - Get A Rude Awakening

As a general rule of thumb these days, most schools have a zero tolerance policy on the bullying or harassing of other students, but sometimes things still get brushed under the carpet. That’s what happened to this frustrated girl, so she took matters into her own hands and confronted her tormenter.

As the Daily Headline reports, the tables were quickly turned on the whole scenario, and the girl was now facing punishment for her actions. It seems that a boy in her school was constantly snapping her bra, and she grew tired of it. Her complaints to rectify the situation went unheeded, so she handled it herself. The girl socked the boy in the nose, and her mom immediately got a phone call to deal with a “serious issue.”

The frazzled mom was in the midst of a hectic day, but she let the administrators say their peace once she got to the school. As they wrapped up, she managed to squash the incident immediately.

“Oh. And you want to know if I’m going to press charges against him for sexually assaulting my daughter and against the school for allowing him to do it?” she asked.

The mom went onto report the incident to the school superintendent, but it doesn’t sound like her daughter will have to worry about any repercussions anytime soon.

Source: The Daily Headline

More News Stories

One teacher denies being a pedophile, despite the fact that she carried on an illicit affair with a 13-year-old boy. She wouldn't let up, even...

It’s been more than a month since the presidential election, but the wounds are apparently still pretty fresh for some people. Simply turning the...

Federal investigators have charged an engaged couple from Mississippi with planning a trip to Syria to join the Islamic State militant group, CNN...

President Obama should spend less time worrying about climate change and focus instead on ISIS, Sen. John McCain suggested Sunday on CBS’ “Face...

The number of legal abortions in the state of Texas is down 13 percent, according to a study released on Wednesday, leading many to believe that a...

Latest News Stories

Sen. Rand Paul says he will “keep an open mind” on the nuclear-weapons talks with Iran because a deal could prevent a war from breaking out in the...

A family in Ohio ordered birthday cakes for a 6-year-old girl. One of the cakes turned out fine, but the other misspelled her name. Considering...

Longview, Texas resident Amanda Florczykowski reports she recently had a frightening experience at a local grocery store. She later decided to put...

F.B.I. Director James Comey has confirmed that an investigation into President Donald Trump's ties to Russia has been launched. While just having...

A man browsing through boxes of old photos at a junk shop picked three he found interesting. He purchased them for $2. One of those photos is a...

One coach noticed that some of his players were goofing off during the national anthem. Rather than engage them in a debate about Constitutional...

The joint chiefs of staff who attended the State of the Union address Tuesday night showed no reaction when President Obama touted the country’s...

In the wake of the current immigration crisis that brought more than 57,000 Central American children into the U.S., Texas Governor Rick Perry...

A funny household video shows one guy with a large truck playing a prank on a friend. The trucker insists that his big, powerful truck can move a...

One Georgia teacher's 22-year career came to a screeching halt when she was caught on camera knocking down a 4-year-old special needs child. The...