Perm schoolchildren threatened with fines for taking images of collapsed ceiling
After the publication of a number of scandalous videos, teachers of educational institutions began to take away children’s phones.
Pupils of the school No. 59 in Perm will face fines of 5,000 rubles ($ 75) for taking photos or videos of the collapsed ceiling tiles. The accident occurred due to pipe burst. According to the schoolchildren, that was not the first burst of the water supply system, portal PROGorod writes.
“An accident in the ventilation system occurred in the school No. 59. The ban on filming in the educational institution is not about fines, but is justified by the rules of law on personal data,” the Perm Department of Education explained.
According to Rosbalt, the mentioned ban in the Perm school only continues the trend of similar cases in other regions of Russia. In school No. 143 in Kazan, a teacher, who had been filmed rudely cursing at a girl, makes children hand over their phones before starting a lesson. In the Yurgamysh school, Transural, the schoolchildren were forbidden to take phones to the canteen after one of the students posted a suspicious piece of meat, which got viral on the Web.
The Internet users have suggested that this could be cheek meet, the part of a cow's mouth usually fed to dogs and not meant for human consumption.
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