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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.

Topics:  offbeat teachers world

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