A group of teachers and a secretary from Bangor High School in the Michigan town of the same name could be in some serious hot water (not to mention some awkward class periods) after they were caught on camera discussing which of their students they'd f*ck, marry, or kill. Happy Valentine's Day.
Their gleeful—and inordinately loud—discussion was captured by a patron at a local restaurant who then posted it to YouTube. Their conversation was only made more deeply f*cked up by the fact that their answers reportedly included a special needs student.
"Oh, I would f*ck [student’s name]," a woman could be heard in a clip where the students' names were edited out to protect their identity. "I would totally marry [student’s name] because she likes the Tigers and she never even brought up that I was wasted on the bus trip … she can keep secrets," a guy can be heard saying, seemingly admitting to an additional offense that will get him in trouble.
According to the New York Post, two of the teachers involved received a written reprimand on Monday. Furthermore, the secretary resigned.
However, if those consequences were intended to assuage the anger of local parents, it really didn't work too well, as a number of outraged mothers and fathers aired their thoughts at a Monday night school board meeting. "I would like to see people being held accountable," said the mother of the special needs kid mentioned in the video. "There are some criminal charges being pressed. I’m not sure how that’s going to go, but I don’t want to see anybody lose their job, but this is not OK, you got to go."
Wield your camera phones responsibly.