Parents at a US school are livid that six teachers filmed playing the game “f—, marry, kill” about students during a drinking session at a local bar have kept their jobs.
The group of teachers were filmed surreptitiously sometime in mid-January at the Bangor Tavern in Michigan discussing students and other staff members.
The premise of the game involves a person being given three names, and having to select which of the three they would hypothetically kill, marry, or have sex with.
The video circulated around the small town several weeks ago before coming to public attention on Monday when it was posted on YouTube.
But after a school and police investigation, it was concluded that no teacher would lose their jobs, although a secretary resigned.
The teachers were instead given written or verbal reprimands, angering parents at a fiery meeting held yesterday.