- A clip of some angry parents carrying a principal out of her office at the school has been shared online
- At one point in the video, the woman can be seen falling out of the chair they are carrying her in much to the shock of onlookers
- According to the angry parents, the principal drove the school in financial ruins and even caused teachers to quit
An alleged incompetent principal recently drove the parents of the learners attending the school to physically kick her out of the office. In various videos shared online, a group of parents can be seen carrying the principal of Laerskool Theresapark out of the office while she was still seated on her chair.
Not long in the clip that was shared by @KgahliT, the woman can be seen shortly falling out of the chair that she seemingly refused to get out of, much to the shock of the crowd who were watching the entire thing.
Locals who were watching the clip seemingly had no mercy for the principal and had this to say about the video:
"Saw what she did there, she flung herself to the ground so that she gets injured, it was going to be better if she had broken her arm #stupid at its best."
"She threw herself on the floor, that's what I observed. Not arguing"
"Look at the drama she has, jumping from that chair and the next thing she will complain and said they throw her"
In other Briefly News most teachers would easily resort to punishment if they ever encountered a stubborn learner who did not abide by the school’s rules. However, Jason Smith, the principal of US school Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School, is a different breed.
The patient man noticed that one student insisted on wearing a hat to class. This went against the institution’s regulations. The young boy was sent to Jason’s office and the outcome of the encounter could have easily been a suspension or detention.
Instead, the principal sat the boy down, had a pep talk and proceeded to organise a barber's haircut. The young boy admitted he had been in the wrong and apologised for disrupting the lesson.
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