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Kids act out. They throw tantrums, have food fights, and occasionally, they open their Christmas presents a little early. Usually this type of behavior is met with a stern word from parents, detention, or even some old school chalkboard writing. But this was not the case for these kids, who were handcuffed and hauled away before they could say "It wasn't me." Check out the hardcore punishments incurred when kids drop cake on the floor, doodle on a desk, and yes, smsing.
Math class can be boring, so a 14-year-old Wisconsin girl thought she'd pass the time by texting. When asked to stop, she continued until security officers came and arrested her under the charge of disorderly conduct. The best part? When officers asked for the phone they had pleasure of removing it from her "buttocks area."
As if they had never seen a cafeteria line before, California school security guards restrained and arrested a 16-year-old girl after she dropped a piece of cake on the floor while in line at the cafeteria. Apparently she refused to clean it up so naturally, they broke her arm.
A 10-year-old Florida girl was arrested for bringing a steak knife to school. The girl used the knife to cut a steak that she had brought for lunch and did not use it in any other way, nor did she show it off. The principal suspended her for 10 days and she faces a felony charge for possession of a weapon on school property. If she had known better she would have just torn the steak apart with her hands and teeth, but we guess she had to be "cool."
And most recently, 12-year-old Queens resident Alexa Gonzalez was taken away in handcuffs after writing “Lex was here. 2/1/10" and “I love my friends Abby and Faith" on her desk. The best part: She used an erasable marker. Even better: she also drew a smiley face.
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