School Teacher's Shame

Funny story written by j.w.

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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The Teacher's Victim

A school teacher, 45, whose identity cannot be divulged, has been accused of indecent behaviour.

Chief Superintendent, Geoffery Quick, announced just some of the incriminating evidence against the man - who lives in the only house with a garage in Misty Road, Middleborough.

'Here are some of the messages this teacher has sent to the pupil in question:
'I want you' ; 'Can I please see you tomorrow?' and 'You must try to assist me'.

A woman, claiming to be the teacher's wife, was at pains to try and explain away the sexual innuendos in these comments.

She declared the teacher's full messages were: 'I want you to tell me why you didn't do your homework'; 'Can I see you tomrrow so that you can explain the lack of attention you display in class?' and 'You must assist me in trying to improve your attitude to school.'

When I asked Quick if he had been too hasty in making accusations he explained that the extra words mentioned by the woman claiming to be the teacher's wife had been crossed out. The incriminating words of lust remained.

The woman claiming to be the teacher's wife naively suggested that the words had been crossed out by the girl in an attempt to divert attention from her own misbehaviour.

The case is coming to Court next week and the teacher has been suspended. His shame and that of the school will be clear for everyone to see.

Your reporter can confirm that the girl in question has a lovely smile, beautiful body and is always willing to please. How a teacher could write such despicable messages about her is hard to understand.

However, there is some Justice in this land thanks to the intrepid work of Quick and your ever vigilant reporter.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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