EAG: NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families is investigating a fourth-grade teacher who allegedly instructed a student to give his resting classmate a wet willy in class.
Parent Candace Cherry told the New Haven Register an unidentified teacher at Wexler-Grant Community School allowed her daughter, a 10-year-old honors student, put her head down on her desk after finishing her work early last Monday.
Cherry alleges the teacher then told another student to wet his finger with his mouth and swirl it in the girl’s ear to wake her up.
“It’s nasty. It grossed me out,” Cherry told NBC Connecticut. “My daughter said when she woke up, everyone was laughing at her and then they proceeded to tell her what happened.”
The girl texted Cherry from another student’s phone, and Cherry asked her to call from the school office. When the girl didn’t call, Cherry called the school and learned the child was scolded for using a phone in school. MORE
SNIP: I bet here’s talk of burning the teacher in the auditorium. Is it gross? Of course! But it was just a wet finger, not an actual wet ‘willy’.
The lesson here is, never fall asleep in public. LOL.