Boy's Urinal Punishment Ends Poorly for Teacher

Cops say Jennifer Forshey made boy unclog it with his bare hands

By John Johnson,  Newser Staff

Posted Feb 20, 2014 1:50 PM CST
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(Newser) – A veteran teacher in Florida faces felony charges of battery of a child for meting out an unusual punishment. Police say 58-year-old Jennifer Forshey accused a 10-year-old boy of deliberately clogging a urinal with paper towels, and ordered him to get them out of the drain, reports NBC Miami. She didn't give him any tools or guidance, however, so he used his bare hands and a dry paper towel, and his hands soon reeked of urine—not his own, say police.

To make matters worse, that particular bathroom had no soap, which led the kid to go to the principal's office looking for some, which led to the charges being filed. Forshey willingly caused the boy "to project his hands into a urinal with unknown persons (sic) urine expelled in it, causing his hands to absorb the urine," says the police report cited by the Smoking Gun. In other urinal news, a Pizza Hut worker lost his job after using his restaurant's kitchen sink as a substitute.

Jennifer Forshey.
Jennifer Forshey.   (Coral Springs Police Department)
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