Enterprising Kid Expelled From School For Charging 50p Per Hand Sanitiser Squirt
You can probably remember thinking of ways to make money when you were at school. I used to go bait digging and then sell the worms to local anglers.
It generated about £100 per week and was enough to buy all of the things which my parents would not buy for me — such as video games, sweets etc.
Maybe you also thought about setting up a ‘tuck shop’ when you were at school, or perhaps you considered selling items to your fellow students which you had ‘found’ at home.
But one school student has landed himself in a bit of trouble when he tried out his own money-making idea amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Having managed to get his hands on some hand sanitiser, he took it to school and decided to charge his fellow students 50p per squirt.
IN a post shared on social media (screenshot below), the kids mum said:
“This is a picture of my teenage son just getting in from school.
“Why is he getting in from school at 10:53 am you ask? Schools don’t finish until 3 pm.
“Well, the little turd has just been expelled from school for the day after been caught charging students 50p a squirt for hand sanitiser to protect themselves from the bloody coronavirus!!
“Very hard to discipline this behaviour when his dad phones him from work to call him a fucking legend”.
The post shared on the teenager’s mums Facebook page attracted a lot of attention but the one thing people really want to know? How much money did he make!
“For those asking, he made £9! He bought a multipack of Doritos and saving the rest to buy a kebab later xXx”, the teenagers mum added.
But what do you think?
Was the school right to expel him for the day or should the young lad have been applauded for making some money while helping his fellow pupils out?
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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