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Boston Student Throws Boiling Hot Ramen-Noodle Water In Teacher’s Face



Student Throws Boiling Water In Teacher’s Face, Principal Didn’t Call 911

Student Throws Boiling Water In Teacher’s Face, Principal Didn’t Call 911

A middle school student is accused of throwing boiling water in a teacher’s face earlier this month in Boston.

The incident took place at the McKinley Middle School on May 5th and investigators from the Boston Police Department said the boy was heating up ramen noodles in the microwave but tried to put a textbook inside.

A teacher informed him not to do the dangerous stunt and tried to take the book away but the boy snatched it back. Moments later, he “then threw his cup of boiling hot ramen noodles at his teacher’s face,” police said.

Additionally, the school’s principal did not contact 911 about the incident and the teacher received medical treatment from the school’s nurse. The nurse advised her to seek further help since she said she was in “excruciating pain” and felt stinging on the left side of her face.

She was hospitalized last week for the injuries. The student was charged as a juvenile with aggravated assault.

Boston Public Schools also released a statement regarding the incident and called it “unfortunate.”

“This is an unfortunate incident that took place at the McKinley, and actions were taken to ensure the safety of the staff member involved and appropriate interventions have occurred,”

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