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Six year old dropped on his head in "hazing" incident at Chonburi kindergarten

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ID: 21   Posted

33 minutes ago, steveyinasia said:

Well done to the hero boys that did this, you are living up to the cowardly Thai man image. I hope the young boy recovers and they find the idiots who did it, not that anything will happen to them.  I am sure there is some light hearted fun at schools during the new school year however this "hazing" shows a lack of common sense on what is acceptable.

Not a lack of common sense. A demonstration of gross stupidity

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ID: 22   Posted

9 hours ago, webfact said:

a P1 class (Kindergarten 2 in the British system)

Kindergarten in the British system is pre-school. At six, it would be infants, followed by primary.

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7 hours ago, Dobredin Ghusputin said:

There are hazing rituals at kindergartens?

I think that's possibly why the headline has a certain key word in inverted commas?

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11 hours ago, ukrules said:

These kids are a thick is pigshit, they might as well just send them to jail now.

So you want put 8-12 years old kids in a prison because the teacher don't do their job and for sure a reporter write complete nonsens about student hazing in kindergarden and Primary School?

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7 hours ago, AhFarangJa said:

One Word.........4 syllables.......Su - Per - vi - sion........:mad:

 

Get well soon little one, and I hope it does not put you off school and learning.....:sick:

I was thinking more like..........Stu - pi - di - ty

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ID: 26   Posted

Wonder whether there are schools in Thailand where children learn to think......

Rather than repeating some stupidity from TV or internet, or acting in a group against younger or weaker kids .....

Disgusting lack of interest to do a proper job on the side of the school staff.

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21 hours ago, smew said:

A principal calls on older students to investigate and get to the bottom of this: how ridiculous, and this is the principal he must be very stupid, what does it say about the rest of his teaching staff: Not very much 

That is why he is a principal - he knows how to "pass the buck" and absolve himself from any accountability and responsibility. :post-4641-1156693976:

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On 5/18/2017 at 9:09 AM, LotusBoy said:

Really??? 

No!6 years old British system Is Primary 2. 

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ID: 30   Posted

Is there no bottom to the barrel of stupidity in Thailand.

This was at  a kindergarten.  

No wonder why they grow up to be so smart !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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ID: 31   Posted

Pretty scary.  School is very liable and in the States would get sued for millions.  

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ID: 32   Posted

On 5/18/2017 at 7:58 AM, Dobredin Ghusputin said:

There are hazing rituals at kindergartens?

I'm almost surprised that their isn't machete attacks on students of rival kindergartens....

 

 

'Thais'....

 

:coffee1:

 

 

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ID: 33   Posted

This actually explains a lot.  I've met many people here who must have been "hazed" as children. 

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