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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Kurt Warner Would Not Approve of Teacher Lap Dancing in His Rams Jersey

Posted By on Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 1:56 PM

This from a high school in Winnipeg, Ontario, where two teachers were suspended last week for performing a risque lap dance in front of a hundred students as part of the school's "Spirit Week."

Honestly, though, in this day and age is the dance below worse than your average touchdown celebration. Er, okay, yes.

Another video of the routine has also surfaced:

An excerpt from the story:
There are still no answers about why staff at Churchill High School didn't immediately step in to stop the performance in front of at least 100 students, or why it took two days for the school to take action.

"We expect everyone to abide professionally," Winnipeg School Division chairwoman Jackie Sneesby said Wednesday. "This is a very rare situation."

Sneesby said the division can't comment on personnel matters, but said it's investigating the dance and the future of the teachers in the video, who were suspended with pay Friday.

"They're young and they made a mistake," said school board trustee Mike Babinsky.


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