Hong Kong Teacher, police and foul language.

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I do not quite understand about the teacher who used foul language in English to the police when told she would be taken to the police station.

1. What she attending a street protest? 2. Did she act peacefully despite her language?

She is now under pressure for being a bad example from the public and her school leaders and may even lose her job.

Is this fair to her if she acted in the above manner?

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6 thoughts on “Hong Kong Teacher, police and foul language.

  1. It appears that the teacher was complaining about demonstrators and booth. As she moved closer she was asked by the police to move. She then used foul language to the police. Then the public outcry took over. Any comments from anyone?

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