Kentucky high school is investigated after students appear to give teachers and the principal LAP DANCES during homecoming week festivities

Photos that appear to show students giving teachers and the principal – who is also the mayor of their town – lap dances during a homecoming week ‘man pageant’ have shocked a Kentucky town.

The photos appear to include cheerleaders dressed in Hooters waitress uniforms and carrying what appeared to look like alcohol, as well that purports to show a male student giving school principal Donald ‘Happy’ Mobelini – also the mayor of Hazard – a lap dance. There were allegedly also ‘paddlings’ given out.

That’s enough, I don’t need to read anymore and I’m not posting pictures.

They are in the article if you are curious.

The evidence is clear.

We can skip the trial and go straight to chippering the teachers, principal, and school board.


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By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “I’m gonna need the big chipper for this”
  1. No. No, in a civilized society the trial is absolutely an important part of the process. We need to present all of the available evidence to a jury of citizens who can be properly instructed by an impartial judge as to the gravity of their decision: feet first or head first?

    1. Can we put in those benches that collapse into a slide, so there’s a direct path from verdict to commencement of sentence?

      But I guess that would short-circuit the decision. It’d be feet-first most likely.

    1. Well in fairness to that – they could have been “mock” paddlings. Not that it makes the whole situation OK – but that may be the journalists thought process.

  2. Sad to say, I’m not surprised. This sort of moral rot is everywhere, even in small towns. My brother is Chief of Police in one such small town, and he told me a story this summer that still makes me shake my head. Seems that a Mom, whose daughter is a cheerleader at the local HS, called up the young man who was dating the daughter and chewed him a new one for NOT having sex with her. You can’t make this stuff up.

    Where were these parents when I was in HS?

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