So let’s run a little simulation. You are the lunch lady at an elementary school. You are going through the yard of said school and find 4 boys have tied a girls hands and feet and are whipping her with a jump rope. You stop them, untie the girl, report the kids to the principal.
To my mind that’s pretty heroic. Whether its a girl or a boy being beaten with a rope it might be a good thing.
Then later that week you see the girl’s parents in the local grocery store and you tell them you were so sorry that the incident had happened. Unfortunately it turns out that the school authorities are lying pigs and they hadn’t informed the parents about what actually happened. It was a “jump rope incident” and the terrified girl hadn’t told her parents the whole truth (maybe because she was intimidated by the authorities?). The parents are rightly outraged at not being told just how serious an incident this is and they go to the pusillanimous dirtbags at the school to ask what had happened and why they were lied to.
And the only action that the school administation takes is to FIRE YOU!
Sound impossible – not in what used to be Great Britain.
When staff at Great Tey Primary School, near Colchester in Essex, discovered what she had done, she was accused of breaching pupil confidentiality and suspended.