Teachers BUSTED On Video, Parents Furious Over SICK Game Involving Students

Footage of local teachers playing a new game involving their students has left Michigan parents disgusted and demanding answers from the school board.

When you send your children off to school, there’s a reasonable expectation that administrators will exercise proper decorum, keeping the best interests of the students in their care in mind. No one would entrust their kids to school officials if they thought there was any chance they could be victimized. However, that’s exactly what happened to several teens who were the subject of a nasty game played by their teachers.

You may have heard of the off-color game called “Marry, F*ck, Kill” or MFK, which is usually played by young adults looking for a salacious way to pass the time. However, just in a case you need to be filled in on the sordid details of the game, three names are given and a player must decide which they would marry, which they would have sexual intercourse with, and which they would kill. Normally, the subjects are celebrities of some sort. In this case, they were the teenage students of the teachers playing.

A group of seven staff members from Bangor High School in Michigan was recorded naming several students — one of them with special needs — who they would have sexual relations with or kill, as they sat enjoying themselves in a local bar over drinks.

“I would like to see people being held accountable,” Amanda Reprogal, the mother of a special needs student mentioned in the video, told WWMT. “There are some criminal charges being pressed. I’m not sure how that’s going to go, but I don’t want to see anybody lose their job, but this is not okay, you got to go.”

These parents have every right to be outraged, demand answers, and even insist the administrators in question are fired from their respective positions. Their behavior was absolutely unacceptable, and it would be impossible to argue that they didn’t know as much when they decided to play their disgusting little game. It’s stories like this that make you seriously reconsider sending your children to public school.