A bunch of primary school students in China were sent to the hospital after they experienced abdominal pain.
The students were forced to eat garbage because they did not clear out the rubbish bins in their classroom. The teachers involved in the incident have been detained while two school principals were dismissed.
According to China Press, doctors had examined the students and revealed that there were foreign objects in their stomachs. There were even foreign objects in their faeces, including broken pieces of paper, pieces of plastic and even longan skin.
One of the students, who was lying on a hospital bed, said that the teacher went into their classroom to check on them and found that the rubbish bin had not been emptied. The teacher then forced about 10 students to eat the garbage.
The students did what they were told to do and did not tell their parents what had happened as they were afraid of getting expelled.
However, the school denied that they had forced the students to eat rubbish, saying that the teachers were only scolding the students.
How could the teachers do such a thing? That’s no way to punish children for not taking out the rubbish!
Hopefully, the students are able to recover from this and that all the foreign objects in their bodies will be removed.
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