ByJancy Richardson, writer at
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

Do you remember that special, special day when the teacher announced that, nope, work was cancelled and you were going to spend that lesson watching a movie? Surely the second greatest thing that can happen in school after a pipe bursting and everyone getting to go home?

One school in Tennessee experienced a very bizarre version of that delicious last-period escapism when an unknown teacher decided to let their students watch The Human Centipede 2 in class. Y'know, the movie where things like THIS happen. It's Humancentipeducational!

Those poor kids — I mean, going straight into the sequel they wouldn't have a freaking clue what was going on! Local paper The Jackson Sun obtained a copy of the letter sent from the rather red-faced school principal to parents, which doesn't disclose the age or amount of kids involved but is still a fairly entertaining read:

I understand that on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, your student may have inadvertently viewed inappropriate content in a classroom. This occurrence is inconsistent with our Mission and Vision...I have investigated the situation and talked to those involved. Immediate action has been taken to assure that there will be no further occurrences.

Director Tom Six, of course, is delighted about the debacle.

If you haven't seen the movie and have no plans to, you can check out a full breakdown of its torrid contents here. Alternatively, if you're a total Human Centipede freak, why not go buy some gross props from the movies?

Would you let your kid see Human Centipede 2 in school?

Source: Twitter, Jackson Sun, Youtube


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