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A teacher faces prison and a hefty fine after punishing a student with squat jumps, leading to Myofascial Pain Syndrome. The 15 year old boy required leg surgery after a high school teacher in the central province of Kanchanaburi punished him for missing a class by making him do 200 squat jumps on July 23. The boy’s mother, Lek Au-Thong, revealed the story to Thai media yesterday. The 59 year old said her son returned from school with pain in his legs and there was no change in the boy’s condition a week after the incident. Lek informed the teacher, […]

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Hard to think that this triggered a disease or condition. Kid was already a candidate, but 200 squat jumps is way far too severe of a punishment. Don’t ruin the teachers life by a stupid mistake can learn from. 

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11 hours ago, Thaiger said:

A teacher faces prison and a hefty fine after punishing a student with squat jumps

lol.. the most common punishment in Thai prisons is <insert drum roll> …. squat jumps. 

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Utterly shameful behaviour by a teacher, who like so many has a superiority complex and a belief in their own power of children. In no other civilised society would such behaviour lead to no action being taken by the authorities. Just another sign of the corruption that is endemic here. It is time for ordinary folk to assert their power over such malign forces.

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1 hour ago, Pompies said:

Utterly shameful behaviour by a teacher, who like so many has a superiority complex and a belief in their own power of children. In no other civilised society would such behaviour lead to no action being taken by the authorities. Just another sign of the corruption that is endemic here. It is time for ordinary folk to assert their power over such malign forces.

This is not  a civilised society.

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