Oops! The government does NOT notice a cheeky gesture in the photo of science students for the booklet of the school leaver
- A cheeky student has been spotted in the school book and & # 39; turns the bird around & # 39;
- The document appears to show a student who is blinking with his middle finger on the cover
- Although it is unclear whether the gesture was intentional, the photo has since been viral
A cheeky student is seen as & # 39; turning the bird around & # 39; in an official government book for parents of children in year 12.
The Department of Education in Queensland document, which was released last month, pictures there students huddled together over an illuminated bunsen burner on the front.
At first glance it looks like a harmless photo, but on closer inspection the boy can make an obscene hand gesture on the right.
The official document should be a practical guide to higher education, with information about subjects and subjects, assessments, and final exam exams.
A cheeky student is seen as & # 39; turning the bird around & # 39; in an official government booklet for parents of students who complete year 12.
Although it remains unclear whether the gesture was intended as a subtle joke or not, the official module has since gone viral after it was shared on Reddit.
& # 39; Oh Lordy! I am a teacher and if you use pictures for a large audience, you check all of that. Kid did well, & one person wrote.
& # 39; Someone did that to me recently. It was in a social context. I tend to think there is a real unconscious meaning behind it, & another person said.
A third person added: & To be honest with the child, I caught myself scratching my nose with my middle finger, making it look like I was throwing everyone away. & # 39;
The official QCAA document should be a practical guide for higher education, with information about subjects and subjects, evaluations and final exam exams
In a statement to 10 daily, The Chief Executive Officer of Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority, Chris Rider, refused to confirm whether the gesture was intentional or not.
& # 39; The QCAA uses images from Queensland schools in a wide range of publications. We are aware that some people have chosen to interpret this image differently, & said Mr. Rider.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Queensland curriculum and assessment authority for comments.
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