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A viral video shows a Chinese student who has to break his own phone to pieces by his classmates

Sulking schoolboy is forced to shatter his cell phone for his whole class after he was caught bringing him to school

  • Viral video shows a Chinese student who had to break up his own phone
  • The high school has a & # 39; no phones policy & # 39; which was broken by the student
  • The video was made by a teacher who was walking past the class at that time
  • A school spokesperson said the rule is enforced by students and not by teachers
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This is the astonishing moment that a Chinese student has to destroy his own phone by his classmates.

The clip, which has been viewed more than 8 million times online, was filmed at the Hui People Middle School in the city of Shangqiu in Henan Province in Central China.

The student, who is supposed to be 17 or 18 years old and in his final year of secondary education, can be seen hitting his cell phone on the floor with a lock.

However, if he stands up, a female voice of a classmate can be heard: & # 39; Touch it again, crush it to pieces. & # 39;

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The boy crawls down and picks up the lock before repeatedly touching his phone with it.

The girl in the neighborhood adds: & # 39; Throw it out. Throw it to the ground. Throw it there. & # 39;

A viral video shows a Chinese student who has to break his own phone to pieces by his classmates

High school has a policy for no phones, which was broken by the student

High school has a policy for no phones, which was broken by the student

A viral video shows a Chinese student who has to break his own phone to pieces by his classmates

The boy, who seems to be on the edge of tears, throws his phone to the ground until it falls apart.

Social media users were critical of school staff because they would let the boy break with his own phone, but a school spokesperson said no teachers were involved in the punishment.

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& # 39; We have always had a phone ban. Pupils sign agreements as soon as they enter the school, & he said.

The video was made by a teacher who was walking past the classroom at the time and wanted to show the incident to her students

The video was made by a teacher who was walking past the classroom at the time and wanted to show the incident to her students

A school spokesperson said the rule without phones is enforced by students and not by teachers

A school spokesperson said the rule without phones is enforced by students and not by teachers

The video was made by a teacher who was walking past the classroom at the time and wanted to show the incident to her students

& # 39; No one is allowed to take his phone to school.

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& # 39; However, no teacher forced the student to break his phone. It is a policy that the students decided to maintain themselves.

& # 39; The video was made by a passing teacher who wanted to show it to her own class. & # 39;

The school is not expected to reimburse the boy or his family for the telephone.

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