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When it comes to dress codes, some schools crack down hard on novelty T-shirts. From the funny to the genuinely offensive, here are some shirts that got students busted.
12 T-Shirts That Got Kids Kicked Out of Class
Students Put the 'Ass' in Class
Instead of proudly saying Class of 2010, the photo displayed the message: Ass of 2010. How did it happen? Two students wearing the 'C' and 'L' of the word "class" moved away from the students wearing T-shirts with the letters 'A,' 'S,' and 'S,' making the entire class, except perhaps the kids who perpetrated the stunt, feel like, well, like an ass.
Gaga for Gays
Will the Cola wars ever end? Mike Cameron,19, a senior at a Georgia high school was suspended last year for wearing a Pepsi shirt to school. No big deal, except it was the school's official Coca-Cola day and reps from Coca-Cola had traveled to speak at the school. Cameron also inserted himself into a picture of students forming a giant Coca Cola logo. Maybe it's time to switch to Fanta?
A controversial T-shirt was made for a football game between two rivals (Memorial High Mustangs vs. Stratford Spartans in Texas) and sold for $20. Many parents the sexually explicit cartoon it features is beyond offensive. Funny, we can barely find anything on the shirt that ISN'T offensive.
Dirty Little Number
A 14-year-old teen was suspended for a day from her middle school for wearing a T-shirt that said "SOPHOMORE 69." Apparently the assistant principal thought the shirt was "sexually explicit." Does the school also take issue with the number "69" being used in math classes? Source: Boston Channel
American Flag Fracus
On the morning of Cinco de Mayo five teen boys we're thrown out of class because they were wearing t-shirts with American flag motifs. Administrators felt the shirts were disrespectful to Hispanic students and feared violence might break out. The school district eventually issued an apology
On a day when students of s Colorado elementary school were asked to don red white and blue gear to show their patriotism an 11-year old boy wore a shirt that said, a homemade shirt that reads "Obama is a terrorist's best friend." The fifth grader refused to take off the shirt and was suspended. Source: openeducation.net
Shirt Doesn't Survive School Ban
A shirt depicting the evolution of a high school marching band with a Darwinian twist gets drummed out of school. The idea for the image was inspired by the band's theme for the school year, "Brass Evolutions." Each member on the evolution scale is holding a brass musical instrument. "I was disappointed with the image on the shirt," said one band member's mom, "I don't think evolution should be associated with our school."
This T-Shirt is Loaded
In Pennsylvania a 14-year-old boy was suspended for wearing a t-shirt that said 'United States Terrorist Hunting Permit." The boy said he wore the shirt in honor of his uncle, Brian Souders, who is serving in Iraq and who gave it to Miller as a gift. Source: Fox News
If The T-Shirt Doesn't Fit You Must Acquit
When senior David Hood showed up at Penn Hills High School wearing a shirt that said, "Not Guilty." He was immediately suspended and forbidding to attend the prom.School officials believed Hood who was currently entangled in a harassment charges. Hood sued the school citing viewpoint discrimination." Source: Post Gazette
T-Shirt Was Over the Limit?
Students at a Michigan high school thought their senior t-shirt emblazoned with the words, "Class of .08" (08 is Michigan's blood-alcohol limit for drivers.) was funny. School administrators thought it glorified underage drinking, in other words: Not Funny. The students were suspended. Source: Fox
Rest in Peace, Julius
Students memorialized 18-year-old Julius Robinson, by wearing a shirt with the words, "Julius RIP." Robinson, a Millard South High School football was killed by gunfire over the previous summer -- allegedly by a gang member. Students wearing the shirt were sent home because school officials felt the shirt was disruptive to other students Source: Wowt