Educator fined AED 10,000 for forcing teen to walk barefoot in sun


Daijiworld Media Network - Sharjah (SHP)

Sharjah, Aug 15: The Sharjah Federal Court has found a school supervisor guilty of punishing a 15-year-old by forcing him to walk barefoot in the scorching heat. The court levied AED 10,000 fine on the educator for posing grave risk to the child's life.

The father of the kid had filed a police complaint against the educator stating, "She forced my son to walk barefoot in the sun, in the scorching afternoon heat.” According to the father, the kid had his shoes taken away by the educator in front of the entire class following a punishment.

When the class ended, the kid approached the teacher for his shoes who refused to return them. According to the father, rather than returning the shoes, the teacher 'insulted and humiliated' the teen in front of her colleagues.

Therefore, the student was forced to walk without his shoes to his school bus in the blazing sun. In the end, the school bus attendant managed to get back the shoes for the kid.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Aug 17 2019

    Very bad .There are some heartless persons teachers who they think are best ,but stone hearted.I would say pay the fine sowie so but make the teacher to walk barefeet as his punishment.

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  • myna, Mysuru

    Thu, Aug 15 2019

    Corporal punishment in any form should be dealt with severe punishment to those who inflict it. AED 10000 is too little a fine.

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