An unnamed man accidentally shared an 18+ photo of himself on a social media site he thought was private. Only approved subscribers can see its content. The photo later shocked the parents of the students.
A teacher at Cherwell High School in Oxford, UK, has been the subject of a supervisory investigation after a parent found a candid picture online that a man tweeted in 2020. This is reported by the Daily Star.
Despite the fact that the photo of his naked intimate part was published three years ago, the teacher came under proceedings only now, since he became known around the middle of last month.
A man accidentally tweeted an 18+ photo of himself that he thought was private and only approved followers can see the content. An unnamed teacher has been investigated by his superiors at Cherwell School in Oxford after an outraged parent took a screenshot of his candid pose.
“A teacher is posting really inappropriate content on his Twitter which has been made public. I reported it to the school and they said it violated social media policy, but nothing else happened. These things are done by people who are supposed to take care of children. This is abuse power,” said a mother whose daughter is taking GCSE exams.
Cherwell School in Oxford conducted an investigation
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School officials said “appropriate measures” had been taken in connection with the incident, but did not specify which ones. It is noted that the management cannot confirm that the teacher was disciplined.
Earlier, Focus wrote that in UK schools, students are forbidden to go to the toilets in the classroom. Enraged students threw fire extinguishers, knocked out doors and windows. And at Richmond School in North Yorkshire, children attacked teachers and set fire to a tree.
It was also reported that a scandal broke out in a British school because of skirts. Rainford High School in Merseyside is at the center of a controversy over school uniform and skirt length policies that has seen some girls go home in tears.
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