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29 January 2014 :: 14:01:06 pm 81815

Mother Told Police To Sue Teacher After Slapping Incident

A mother informed police that her son had been slapped by a teacher at a well known school in the Ang Thong area. He had been slapped around the face by a teacher resulting in a bruised face and a bloody nose.
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Angthong – January 28,2014 [Pattaya Daily News]: Mrs.Kate (alias) 38 years old, took her son A (alias) to the police who is a grade 6 student of a well-known school in Angtong. The boy’s right cheek was black and blue and swollen and his nose was red. She told Pol.Capt. Wanchart Nunngam, the officer on shift that her son had been slapped by a teacher which caused his nose to bleed. She also told police that she took her son to Vejkarn hospital for first aid and the medical certificates for evidence.

The victim only known as “A” said that in the morning a friend in the same class had beaten up some younger Grade student so the teacher called the parents of the boys from both sides to talk about the problem. Once the meeting was over they all left the room apart from him then the teacher came back and asked him why he encouraged them to fight. He refused that it wasn’t him and the teacher slapped him. Some people had used their mobile phones to video the fight.
Initially, the police kept the video footage for evidence before calling the related persons to be questioned further.

Subsequently, the reporter asked the teacher to discuss the incident. She claimed that in the morning she saw that there were some boys fighting and saw that A was encouraging them to do so. She then asked why he was doing that which he denied so she touched his face with her hand and didn’t slap him.

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