Professor Stephen Barrows, of Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Mich., has a policy that if a student's cell phone rings in class, the student must put the caller on speaker and talk publicly.

On April 1, a female student, Taylor Nefcy, answered a call during class, which turned out to be a pregnancy resource center, reports (video below).

According to, the voice on the phone said, "Per your request, I am calling to inform you that the test results have come back positive. Congratulations.”

The voice went on to say that even though the dad is out of the picture, the clinic would be helping Nefcy with her pregnancy.

Professor Barrows cringed during the call and tried to get Nefcy to take it privately, but she kept going publicly until hanging up.

“I’ve been expecting this and I already know what I’m going to name the baby,” Nefcy told Professor Barrows. “Her first name will be April and her middle name will be Fools.”

Professor Barrows covered his face with some papers and shared a good laugh with his class. Thankfully, no violent arrests, police tasings, or unfair suspensions occurred.

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