News

Teachers play 'f---, marry or kill' game about students

A GROUP of school teachers have been filmed playing a game of 'f***, marry or kill' about their own students.

The teachers and at least one secretary from Bangor High School, Michigan, were sitting in a bar when the game was overheard by a fellow patron - who filmed the conversation.

"Oh, I would f - k [student's name]," a woman can be heard saying in the clip.

"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," another man says
 

A group of teachers are in hot water after playing a game about students
A group of teachers are in hot water after playing a game about students

The game, which was filmed over 6-minutes and posted to Youtube, had the teachers rating pupils using the criteria of what they'd rather do - have sex with, marry, or kill them.

During the clip, the person behind the camera can be heard questioning if the group were school teachers, as they sat around a table at the Bangor Tavern Bar and Grill.

It is understood that two of the teachers have received a formal expression of disapproval, four have received verbal warnings while a school secretary has reportedly resigned.

In an interview with WZZM 13, Bangor Police Chief Tommy Simpson said there is little they can do in charging the teachers, but said the school is looking into the issue.

"There was a member of the school staff that filed a complaint because she felt threatened by the video."

Following the video's release, many outraged parents stormed the school's board meeting, with some calling for special-needs students to resign.

"I would like to see people being held accountable," Amanda Reprogal, the mother of a special-needs student mentioned in the video, told WWMT.com.

News Corp Australia

Topics:  offbeat teachers world


Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Council ski jump vote 'small victory' for residents

CONTROVERSIAL: A digital image of the proposed Lake Ainsworth Olympic ski jump facility provided by the NSW Office of Sport.

Councillors vote 8-0 not to support development application

LGBQTI* community takes part in marriage equality action

VOTING FOR CHANGE: Maude Boate will be at the the marriage equality action at Lismore City Hall.

Lismore calls for awareness on marriage equality

Woman felt 'dirty, ashamed' over partner's abuse

Lismore Court House. Photo Cathy Adams / The Northern Star

"I thought I was going to lose my life to this person"

Local Partners

Mandy and Ellen will be just women like us in Nimbin

HIT comedy show heading towards Nimbin.

Model Bella Hadid's see-through dress shocks in Cannes

US model Bella Hadid attends the Cinema Against AIDS amfAR gala 2017 held at the Hotel du Cap, Eden Roc in Cap d'Antibes, France, 25 May 2017.

It’s like she’s become addicted to shock value.

No room for morbid fans

Chris Cornell.

Fans want to stay in the hotel room where Chris Cornell died

Star Wars' 1977 Stormtrooper head banger confesses

A Stormtrooper is responsible for the biggest blunder in a Star Wars movie. Picture: Supplied

Man in most famous blooper in Star Wars history breaks silence

Felix Riebl wants to be in your arms

TOURING NOW: Australian musician Felix Riebl is coming to the Northern Rivers in June.

Cat Empire frontman brings out his romantic side in solo show

Lyn's knock-out show gets her to next round on The Voice

ONWARDS AND UPWARDS: Lyn Bowtell is through to the battle rounds on The Voice.

'It was bitter sweet to win like that'

Dreamworld may supersize with 'Disneyland expansion'

Dreamworld could become a “more attractive and entertaining park”.

How Toowoomba house prices compare in Australia

For sale sign in front of home.

Here's what $700,000 will buy you in Toowoomba, Brisbane and Sydney

One of Maryborough's most historic homes is still for sale

FULL OF HISTORY: Trisha Moulds is owner of the historic Tinana state known as Rosehill. The beautiful home is currently for sale.

It has been the scene of both joy and tragedies over the years.

The face of the Sunshine Coast's overpriced rental crisis

Alyx Wilson had to rent a $385 unit in Currimundi because the market was too competitive for cheaper rental housing. She is now renting a room from friends who own a house in Currimundi, and says its much more affordable.

Young people feel the strain in competitive, expensive rental market

WATCH: Take a tour of a tradie's dream home

5a Bruce Hiskens Court, Norman Gardens, going for $720,000. INSET: Lea Taylor.

Huge block with potential for anything

Ready to SELL your property?

Post Your Ad Here!