Student Snaps Photo of Teacher Napping: STUDENT Suspended (Video)

I think sometimes the people who MAKE the rules need to be able to understand when to apply them.

Take this situation for instance.  A high school student in Oklahoma City is sitting in class.  He happens to notice that his substitute teacher has FALLEN ASLEEP at the desk.  Fallen asleep, people.  The TEACHER.  So, the student snaps a picture of it with his cell phone.

Note:  Cell Phones are not allowed to be used during school hours.

But one would think that teachers napping is ALSO a ‘no-no’.  And without the picture, word of the teacher falling asleep is likely to be a rumor.

When the student shares the picture, he is suspended.

Well, because, cell phones during the day are against the rules.

The school says, napping isn’t tolerated and appropriate action has taken place, but should the student have been punished?

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