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"Hey teacher, leave them kids alone!" - Thai teachers slammed over "bizarre" hair punishment

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tominbkk    3,221

Because we all know the best way to bring out a person's critical thinking skills is to shave their heads against their will.

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Moonmoon    1,838

I am Asian and I had gone through this kind of punishment before. I would say this only made me hated school and teachers more at that time. 

Did I turn out alright even I like to disobey my teachers and break school rules every now and then? 

ok lets just say my businesses are doing well and I've just bought a brand new car recently. 

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Thongkorn    1,887

If this idiot teacher did this to any of my children he would instantly turn me into a Magician. Because i would make the clippers or razor disappear,  straight up his arse.

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Laab Muu    146
Posted (edited)

Many of the posters complaining about this and suggesting the parents sue the teacher etc, are the exact same posters who in other threads moan that the little darlings are never 'told no' when they are younger, and so grow up to be self entitled little monsters.

 

Make your mind up which way you want it ladies.

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whaleboneman    811
7 hours ago, Tilacme said:

Worse things happen at sea.

This thread is getting boring...let's hear some good old sea stories now.

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kannot    9,482
On 5/20/2017 at 11:27 AM, Fulwell53 said:

Yes it really is as simple as that.

Comparing Singapore with Thailand is really comparing apples with apples.

Love it when you can see research, thought, marshalling of facts have been thoroughly applied.

Well done.

That is the singapore where opposition parties barely and have never existed?

Where lee kwan yiew's family still maintain an iron grip.

😅😅😅

and  it  WORKS!!:tongue:

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jacko45k    4,601
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15 hours ago, canuckamuck said:

A pity the teachers have such small lives they need to feel superior by dominating little kids and trying to force the parents to comply to their whims.

Their whims? Surely they are simply following through on school regulations. If you don't like them another school is a possibility where they are less stringent. I recall being required to get my hair cut in my school days... but of course the teacher did not hack at it first, may have got a 'playful' tug!

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mikiea    604
On 5/20/2017 at 4:47 AM, optad said:

Apart from being 'illegal' , this guy should have had an ethical centre towards his wards. Children, /your students/ are not playthings. Serious breach of conduct.

 

In any event, when teachers become adversarial, they have lost. 

 

Sack first for standards sake. Let police mull.

teacher is at best a tardareno....pedo freak at worst .....

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YetAnother    1,976

well if it really is illegal , and now public, where is law enforcement ?

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canuckamuck    17,416
24 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Their whims? Surely they are simply following through on school regulations. If you don't like them another school is a possibility where they are less stringent. I recall being required to get my hair cut in my school days... but of course the teacher did not hack at it first, may have got a 'playful' tug!

Yes it is a whim, this particular teacher is definitely the, take it out on the kids variety. And what is wrong with a note to the parents clipped to the homework. Also this is a village school. Kids from 5 other villages come here, so no, there are no other options.

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