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-=Moroccan Child Tosser=-

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by CAPiTA, Oct 8, 2003.

  1. CAPiTA

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    -=Moroccan Child Tosser=-

    Discussion started by CAPiTA - Oct 8, 2003

    Angry Moroccan teacher throws pupils out of window
    Monday, October 6, 2003

    RABAT, Morocco (Reuters) -- Two Moroccan schoolboys were injured Monday when their teacher threw them out of a first floor classroom window for being too noisy, an Education Ministry official said.

    One of the pupils, aged nine, ended up in hospital with a fractured shoulder and serious injuries to his face and head while the other, age 10, suffered only slight injuries, the official from the ministry's delegation in Casablanca said.

    He said the teacher had warned the pair she would throw them out if they were not quiet.

    "They did not listen. They should have listened," he told Reuters by telephone. "She (the teacher) suffers depression."

    The official had no comment on whether the teacher would be disciplined.

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    they should have listened
     
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