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Stripper Booked For School Drama Class

by | 8th, November 2007

YOU join us in the drama class at Arnold Hill School, Nottingham. It is halfway through the lesson, in which pupils are discussing their GCSE coursework. There is a knock at the door.

“Something is about to happen,” says the teacher.

A person enters. It is not the gorilla-suited man, the one a student’s mum has booked to appear, rather a woman. She may even be a between-jobs actress. She is dressed as a policewoman. The skirt is not of regulation length. Mum has asked for it to be filmed.

The woman brings a stereo. She presses a button and the sound of Britney Spears’ paean to domestic abuse fills the hall.

The “birthday boy” is 16. He is fitted with a collar and lead and led around the room on all fours. The woman strips down to her bra and knickers. Cream is rubbed over the boy’s body.

“That’s it. That’s enough,” says the teacher. That’s drama.

Says a spokesman for the school: “There was an incident, we are aware of it, and it is being dealt with.”

Says the Mail: “No pupils have been suspended and police officers are not involved.”

Although, for the right fee, they could be…

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