Trainer LAUGHS as Aussie schoolboys gown up in conventional Arab clothes for Muck Up Day stunt – with one yelling he was a ‘terrorist’ and screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’
- Group of 12 months 12 college students at a Brisbane faculty dressed as ‘Arabian princes’
- The muck-up theme at Murrumba State Secondary School was ‘iconic teams’
- One pupil reportedly stated he was a terrorist and shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’
- The incident is being investigated however college students have escaped sanction to date
A bunch of 12 months 12 college students have prompted outrage after they dressed as ‘Arabian princes’ for muck-up day, with one telling fellow college students he was a ‘terrorist’ and shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ (‘god is nice’, in Arabic).
The photograph of the scholars from Murrumba State Secondary School, north of Brisbane, reveals the group of boys wearing purple head scarves, referred to as ‘kaffiyeh’ in Arabic, and lengthy white kaftans whereas sitting at the back of a Toyota ute.
A trainer reportedly laughed with the scholar and patted him on the again earlier than strolling away after the stump.
The picture was distributed on social media accounts on Thursday.
The photograph of the Year12 college students from Murrumba State Secondary School reveals the group of boys in wearing purple head scarves, referred to as ‘kaffiyeh’ in Arabic, and lengthy white kaftans sitting at the back of a Toyota ute
One pupil donned a ski masks and yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’ throughout the stunt, a witness advised The Courier-Mail.
The scholars haven’t been the topic of disciplinary motion to date.
‘I used to be in shock,’ one pupil stated.
‘I see what occurred right this moment and I believe that is when it must be knocked on the pinnacle, so it’s not perpetuated additional into maturity.’
The 12 months 12 college students’ ‘Arabian princes’ muck-up day outfits ‘can be investigated absolutely by the School and handled in an acceptable method’, the Queensland Division of Schooling stated in a press release
The Queensland Division of Schooling offered a press release to Every day Mail Australia stating it ‘is conscious of a behavioural incident which befell on the faculty on Thursday, November 17, involving 12 months 12 college students’.
‘Murrumba State Secondary School is dedicated to offering a protected, respectful and disciplined studying setting,’ the assertion learn.
‘The college helps protected and acceptable 12 months 12 finish of yr celebrations which acknowledge the conclusion of scholars’ formal education.
‘Murrumba State Secondary School continues to give attention to supporting college students to reach their exterior exams adopted by alternatives to replicate and have a good time.
‘The college expects the best requirements of behaviour up till the final day of faculty.
‘The matter can be investigated absolutely by the School and handled in an acceptable method.’
The faculty’s muck-up day theme was ‘iconic duos’ or ‘iconic teams’, with different college students dressing up as Kath and Kim, and SpongeBob Sq. Pants and Patrick.
The college’s final-year college students are graduating on Friday earlier than a proper within the night.
Every day Mail Australia has contacted Murrumba Secondary State School for touch upon the incident.