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Friday, May 16, 2008

Who are you calling fatty?

People, stand up for your rights! A university professor in Brazil was fined 2,600 rals (around P60,400) for calling one of his students a "fatty". Rosiane dos Santos Rocha left the classroom to go to the restroom, but she left her tape recorder on so she wouldn't miss a word of her professor's lecture. When she played the tape back, she heard the proffesor telling the class she was a 'fatty' and that she would get fatter if she didn't go on diet. When she confronted her proffesor, he said that he didn't mean to offend her - but didn't his mom ever tell him that if he can't say anything nice, then he shoudn't say anything at all?



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