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Student Gets Detention For Calling Teacher A Communist After USA Hockey Request Is Denied

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A Walpole, Mass., student was punished after he called his teacher a communist for not letting him watch the men’s Olympic hockey tournament game between Team USA and Slovakia last Thursday.

The student’s brother emailed Barstool Sports, detailing the situation:

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“My little brother goes to Walpole High School and on Thursday asked to watch the USA vs. Slovakia game during Spanish class. When his teacher said no he called her a communist. She gave him a detention for it. Attached is a picture of the detention slip she gave him.”

Apparently the disgruntled student was so upset his request was rejected that he called his teacher a communist three times. In the note, the teacher described the name-calling as “inappropriate speech.”

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At least he didn’t call his teacher a “muggle.”

Source: Barstool, Daily Mail