An Oklahoma mother told of her shock after being called by her son's school and told her that he had brought a dead squirrel in his backpack to the classroom.
Brylan Williams, eight, who visits Gatewood Elementary in Oklahoma City, said he had found the dead squirrel on his way to school and kept it in his bag because he wanted to eat it for dinner.
His mother Ladye Hobson was shocked when his director contacted her to explain what he had done. She later wrote a Facebook post about the hilarious incident that went viral.
Ladye placed a photo of the squirrel in Brylan's backpack, which then received more than 79,000 shares and 75,000 responses
Ladye said she is used to naughty boys who are two of their mothers and also have a stepson
The three-year-old mother claimed that Brylan's father often joked about making squirrel dumplings for dinner and Brylan wanted to try them out.
In her Facebook message, she claimed: & # 39; At the director's request, what did he have to pick up this dead squirrel and store it in his backpack, my son replied with: & # 39; I really wanted squirrel dumplings for dinner tonight. & # 39;
& # 39; Then she asks if I really want the squirrel to go home with him. You all had to explain that we are from the country, but we are not THAT country. & # 39;
Hobson also pointed out that she was paying $ 50 for Brylan & # 39; s backpack in Pottery Barn, with his name embroidered on the inside.
Ladye claimed that Brylan & # 39; s father often joked about making squirrel dumplings for dinner and Brylan wanted to try them out
She continued: & # 39; The director is asking permission to send me a photo because & # 39; it lies so peacefully in his bag. & # 39;
& # 39; I hate how good she is, because the poor little man is really cute. And dead. And crawl with insects. And in my son's backpack. & # 39;
Hobson claimed that when her son came home from school, he apologized and was ashamed of his actions.
Brylan told later Fox25: & # 39; I made sure no one was looking and I grabbed it by its tail, it was also a huge one and I put it in my bag.
Ladye Hobson was shocked when she was called by her son's director and told her that he had brought a dead squirrel in his backpack to school. She is pictured above with her son Brylan
The squirrel was removed by the director of Brylan, who made his last resting place the Dumpster school. Gatewood Elementary in Oklahoma City is pictured above
& # 39; When I saw it lying in the grass, I said it was my happiest day ever. I thought we could skin it and eat it. Squirrel dumpling soup, my Dops and Mimi [grandparents] are really rural and they told me about it. & # 39;
He said he had told his friends when he went to school and asked them not to tell anyone, but the news of his antics spread rapidly and contact was made with his mother.
Ladye explained: “As soon as she said dead squirrel, I was like" oh my god, "at that moment I was so embarrassed.
& # 39; We have many relatives in East Texas and the small town of Oklahoma, so I thought of & # 39; they are going to love this & # 39 ;.
She placed a photo of the squirrel in Brylan's backpack that subsequently received more than 79,000 shares and 75,000 responses.
Ladye also shared this exchange with her son, who expressed regret for his actions
Brylan later apologized for his actions when his mother later picked him up from school
& # 39; I did not expect these kind of responses, I have received a lot of responses and messages from mothers who have boys, even some mothers who have girls.
While the school saw the funny side of the story, an official said he hoped parents would have conversations with their children to advise them not to do a similar stunt.
An official said: & # 39; It is a really funny story, but seriously, we hope that parents have at least a discussion with their children about not bringing dead animals to school. & # 39;
The squirrel was removed by the director of Brylan, who made his last resting place the Dumpster school.
Hobson had to throw away the $ 50 backpack that she bought her son at Pottery Barn
His mother also wrote an essay about the episode Her gaze from home who also got a lot of grip.
She wrote: & # 39; When I see Brylan three hours later, he is still fighting tears and apologizing profusely.
"Mom, I'm so sorry. I don't know what I thought." I ask him if he has learned his lesson, smile and let him know that he will get a free pass for this. I can't even be angry at this point, he finally made the day of the director.
& # 39; I think the child may deserve some squirrel bulbs after all this. Although, someone else will have to cook them for him because THIS mom will never do that! & # 39;
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