Fox News host Greg Gutfeld could barely contain himself while he discussed this “bigger and bouncier” story revolving around a teacher who wears a MASSIVE chest prosthesis.  This thing is so big, it’s like two gallons of milk hanging from nails.

WATCH Greg Gutfeld’s video:

It all started when the teacher at question took the Internet by storm when students began posting pictures and videos showing the insane items hanging from the teacher’s chest. It sparked a wildfire amount of comments on social media, with people calling for the teacher’s license to be revoked and kicked out of the teaching profession for being insanely inappropriate and distracting in the classroom at the high school it works at.

Imagine your students are trying to learn and this teacher walks in looking like that? How will the students be able to focus on school work while the teacher is dressed up like it’s an adult-themed Halloween party? It’s like something out of a horror show.

However, instead of the school removing the teacher, they’ve now banned students at the Canadian high school from taking photos of the travesty. The NY Post reported:

Students at Halton School District have been “threatened with suspension” for taking any photos or videos of Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher Kayla Lemieux, who’s regularly seen at the school with her massive chest and blond wig, parents told the Toronto Sun.

Yet video circulated last week of the teacher walking down the hallway on crutches with a cast on her right foot at Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary School in Oakland, where she was substitute teaching, the outlet reported.

So instead of protecting students and offering a really good education, the school is now penalizing students and protecting the freak show who’s supposed to be teaching them, but has clearly put his own interests ahead of theirs.

People want to know why that school is not prioritizing the student’s best interests and what happened to dressing professionally at work? How can students learn when that thing is walking around the classroom? It’s like staring at the sun, but worse.

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