Should teacher who taught kids how to French kiss be fired?

Should teacher who taught kids how to French kiss be fired?

They may just be learning how to walk, but to Sana Saiyani, a nursery school teacher in India, they were definitely not too young to learn how to french kiss. They may just be learning how to walk, but to Sana Saiyani, a nursery school teacher in India, they were definitely not too young to learn how to french kiss.

They may just be learning how to walk, but to Sana Saiyani, a nursery school teacher in India, they were definitely not too young to learn how to french kiss.


Sana Saiyani, a nursery school teacher who loves adorable children and french kissing decided to provide her innocent students at the Eurokids nursery school, Mumbai, with a demonstration on how to French kiss. Unfortunately for her, one of them decided to snitch.


15 students were immediately pulled out of the school by their parents, leaving only 35 left to try and ward off the evil seductress.


All fired up

After protests from parents and teachers alike, Sana was fired, or so the school claimed. Then on October 27th, the school announced that they had instead launched an official 60 day probe. They, however, did not explain what they meant by ‘probe.’


Regardless, this has left quite a bitter taste in the mouths of both parents and teachers alike. In fact, several teachers have already quit over the whole fiasco. And more students have since been pulled out.


“We want immediate results, not a lengthy procedure that will put our children through trauma,” lamented one extremely concerned mother. “I have withdrawn my child because the school head has refused to lodge a police complaint against the teacher.”


At this point we’re not certain what’s going to happen, but we will sure to keep you posted on developments.

Parents do share, what would you do if your child's teacher decided to teach your kid's how to french kiss? Should Sana be fired?

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Miss Vanda

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