The incident occurred last February 12 during a test of English, a subject taught at the faculty. The student, high school student in an educational center mijeño, complained about the test and showed their disagreement, “thereby creating a climate of tension in class”, according to the ruling. When the exercise was over, “with the intention of undermining the principle of authority that the teacher represents in the exercise of their profession”, the condemned led to a strong discussion with their teacher. At that time, dealt a kick to a chair located between the two that ended up hitting the scene and originated an injury "in the upper part of the tibia, which took five days to heal". At that time, and “in a playful tone” I said: “Shut up, do I still have not done anything” and went out of the classroom making funny comments about what happened with a buddy.learn MORE Assaulting to the bathroom, and teachers will be Bahis Siteleri punished with up to four years And defended a few students to their teacher following the assault of a teammate
For all this, the student has been sentenced to six months in prison as an author responsible of an offence of breach of the authority and other mild injuries, as well as a fine of 180 euros and an indemnity of 125 euros for personal injury caused to the woman attacked.
According to details of the sentence, the professor —who had to go to the emergency room immediately— it took a day to denounce “due to the state of humiliation”. Comisiones Obreras, organization where advised and provided counsel for his defence, he encouraged them to report cases of violence “because these acts, such as put-downs or harassment to the teacher, cannot remain unpunished”, according to Felix Martin, secretary general of the trade Union of Education of Comisiones Obreras in Malaga.
“The sentence is a warning to boaters to be aware of that can't happen again,” adds Martin, who believes that the majority of cases as this is not a complaint “for fear, shame or to not go beyond the data of the educational center”.