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10. For a full day, a 16-year-old girl in Malaysia unknowingly carried her friend’s backpack that contained that friend’s dead child inside it. The girl’s schoolmate delivered the baby early in the morning and put it inside her school bag and told the girl to keep it safely with her. When the friend went to a hospital for a check up soon after, medical personnel discovered she had just given birth and contacted police. She revealed to them where she put the baby and the girl who had carried it around all day in the school bag was understandably shocked and traumatized. It is unknown what, if any, charges the child’s mother faced.
9. Some kids can wind up with the strangest things in their backpacks. Take the 8-year-old boy who was walking to school one day when he spotted a dead squirrel off the side of the walkway. He decided to put it in his bag and carry on to school. When I was 8, it was a dead frog in my lunchbox… but hey, to each his own. When the boy got to school, the teacher asked what in the world possessed him to put a dead squirrel in his bag. He calmly told her it was so his family could have squirrel dumplings that night. Upon finding that out, the boy’s mom was quite embarrassed. Oh, and the squirrel never made it to the table. A nearby dumpster worked just as well.
8. A 10-year-old schoolgirl took a bag of what she thought were Haribo sweets to show her friend. But a teacher pulled up one of the wraps and contacted police, who quickly verified it was cocaine. The girl’s dad had stashed it in her candy bag. When officers did a search of his $250,000 home, they found 100 more bags of the drug. The 31-year-old man was arrested. I think there’s a lesson to be learned here: Stick to dead squirrels.
7. Earlier this year, a 9-year-old California boy used his backpack to tote around small bags of hot Cheetos he had made from a larger bag to sell them to classmates for 20 cents each. And he was making a killing until school officials caught onto him and made him stop. They then suspended him. Personally, I think it was a genius idea.
6. 31-year-old Anthony Chiles walked his 3-year-old into school with a Glock 9mm pistol in the backpack. The child, by mere chance, opened the pack in front of a security guard, who spotted the weapon. Chiles faced gun and child endangerment charges.
5. Up until this year when he graduated, Xie Xu of China was carrying a different kind of load on his back every day to school. It was his friend, Zhang Chi. Zhang was diagnosed some time ago with muscular dystrophy, so for three years, all through high school, his friend Xie carried him on his back every single day so he wouldn’t miss a class. And he didn’t. Now if I’m not mistaken, that’s what real friendship is all about.
4. A Pittsburgh kindergartner who was playing doctor with his friends started handing out bags of what turned out to be heroin. The 7-year-old boy was being treated for a cut to his finger by a razor blade, prompting the nurse to check his school bag. In it were the drug-filled bags. The nurse contacted police, who confiscated 18 bags of the heroin and other students. None were opened. The boy said he got the bags from home and did not know what was inside them. This is not the way I remember playing doctor.
3. A 14-year-old Essex, England boy was arrested last April after he brought a homemade nail bomb to school. Hundreds of students and teachers were evacuated after a teacher found it in his backpack. Police were able to remove the device and destroy it. The boy was suspended from school after his arrest.
2. Earlier this year, a Japanese man was arrested for putting a condom filled with his semen inside a girl’s school bag. The 58-year-old man, Kiyoshi Kuroda, admitted the act to police, adding that he had been doing this with other students over the past few years. He claims he did it because of work stress. Usually a few beers does it for me.
1. In September of 2015, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested after bringing a bomb to his school in his backpack in Irving, Texas. Thing is… it wasn’t a bomb at all. When he showed a teacher what he did with reassembled parts of a digital clock inside a pencil case, the teacher contacted police. Mohamed was questioned for 90 minutes before being handcuffed and taken away. He was charged with trying to purposely cause a bomb scare. He was also suspended from school. Police later determined there was no malicious intent on his part. High-ranking officials, including President Obama, Mohamed was being racially profiled and unfairly being considered a threat merely because of his and his family’s Muslim faith. The bomb he was accused of making was merely a science project to impress teachers with his technological skills.
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