WATCH: North Carolina student assaults teacher in front of laughing classmates

A teacher in North Carolina was assaulted by a student on Monday in front of laughing classmates.

The student slapped the teacher twice in the face during a profanity-lace tirade, which you can see on the video below:

It’s hard to tell but this teacher appears to be a transgender pretender. The New York Post is referring to the unidentified teacher as a ‘her’, but that’s not what the teacher sounds like to me.

Even so, slapping a teacher like this is pretty outrageous. The student has now been charged with misdemeanor assault and communicating threats. The student has been put in secure custody, which I believe means juvenile detention.

Here’s more from the New York Post:

A North Carolina high school student was charged after he allegedly slapped his teacher multiple times during a viral profanity-laced classroom rant earlier this week.

The rage-filled youngster, identified only as a minor, confronted the educator inside Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, where he violently attacked her, according to video posted to social media.

After the initial impact, the teacher seemed unfazed by the slap as the student continued to run his mouth.

“Do you think that affected me anyway,” the unidentified teacher said, sitting back in her chair, legs crossed.

“Want me to hit you again,” the juvenile asked as he menacingly approached the teacher.

“I don’t want it,” the teacher answered before being hit again, this time from the right side.

The second blow knocks the sitting instructor’s glasses off her face.

“The f–k’s wrong with you, what you gonna do, still sit in that chair ’cause you a bitch. Ain’t nobody even coming, you got slapped,” says the student, seemingly singing and dancing.

“Bitch go back to teaching.”

Students behind the camera reacted to the slaps with laughter amid the classroom assault.

The school district condemned the student’s behavior.

“This behavior will not be tolerated. At no time is it acceptable for students to put their hands on a teacher in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools,” Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Tricia McManus said, according to WXII.

“My focus now is on making sure that our teacher is taken care of and has the support needed to navigate through the lasting effects of this incident.”

On Tuesday, a secure custody order was issued for three misdemeanor charges against the student for assault on a government official.

He was charged with one count of communicating threats and two counts of misdemeanor assault, the Forsyth Sheriff’s Office announced.

Forsyth County District Attorney Jim O’Neil said within the hour it was posted, he was investigating the now-viral video for any criminal behavior.

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