Cruel school bullies reduce girls with learning difficulties to tears by cutting their hair

You can see the cruel aggressors beating the girl's hair while sitting at her desk in the classroom. The teacher had left the room for a few minutes when the

The school aggressors have reduced to tears a girl with learning difficulties after cutting her hair with scissors while the teacher left the classroom briefly.

The girl's family and other concerned parents complained to the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook.

The video was filmed in a classroom in a school in Sante Fe, Argentina and shows A boy and a girl aggressively grabbing the student's hair behind her while sitting at her desk.

The girl seems to hold her face in her hands while the bullies cut her hair with scissors while other students watch.

You can hear the girl cry while other children laugh and mock in the background.

Then the clip shows them fanning their hair when they finish when a witness laughs: "Noooo!"

The local press reports that it happened during a class after the teacher left the classroom for a few minutes.

You can see the cruel aggressors beating the girl's hair while sitting at her desk in the classroom. The teacher had left the room for a few minutes when the "serious assault" occurred

Principal Mascelo Buci has suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident and promised the parents to have a meeting with them and the teacher.

& # 39; Some [the parents of the children in the video] He called us before we called to apologize for the incident. From the school, we are doing everything possible to contain it, "said Mr. Buci.

It is not known if the police are investigating the bullying, but the video provoked a condemnation of the students in the social networks.

Concerned parents notified the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook. Bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina

Concerned parents notified the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook. Bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina

Concerned parents notified the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook. Bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina

Concerned parents notified the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook. Bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina

Concerned parents notified the school and the police after watching the video on Facebook. Bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina

Internet user Lucia Ximena Valdez said: "It's a horror what they did, a minimal school expulsion, that's a serious assault!"

Erick Gómez added: "There is no fellowship, there is no empathy among them, there is no education in them".

Physical and psychological bullying among students is a continuing problem in Argentina.

A 2011 study by UNICEF-Argentina and FLASCO (the Latin American School of Social Studies) surveyed 1,695 students in public and private high schools, and found that a shocking 66 percent of the students surveyed were victims of bullying.

The school suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident, but social media commentators are calling for his expulsion.

The school suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident, but social media commentators are calling for his expulsion.

The school suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident, but social media commentators are calling for his expulsion.

The school suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident, but social media commentators are calling for his expulsion.

The school suspended five students for a week after being informed of the incident, but social media commentators are calling for his expulsion.

While physical violence was cited by students in public schools, psychological intimidation prevailed in private schools.

The factors mentioned as those that lead to being harassed are: physical appearance, clothing, religion, ethnic origin, race and economic status.

The study, "Environment, Conflict and Violence in School" found a general lack of initiative and leadership on the issue by parents, principals and teachers throughout the school system.

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