24 learners hospitalised after prank goes horribly wrong at Cape Town school

By YOU
24 February 2017

The three Grade 10 learners who organised the bizarre prank are now facing disciplinary action.

Three Grade 10 learners at Silverstream High in Manenberg on the Cape Flats are in serious trouble after taking a prank too far this week. One of the three reportedly took livestock medication – a spray that’s used to keep animals from licking open wounds – to school. The boy roped in two of his friends to spray it in at least two classrooms.

According to Fareed Jansen, chairman of the school’s governing body, within minutes things had taken a turn for the worse – quite literally.

Read more: Mom left fuming after Joburg school ‘body shames’ her daughter on civvies day 24 learners had to be hospitalised when they complained of feeling ill and some even started throwing up. Those suffering from asthma were affected the worst. Paddy Atwell, spokesperson for the provincial department of education, says the three guilty parties are now facing a disciplinary hearing.

See what happens when a human takes bitter spray meant for animals

 

Bronne: enca.com, iol.co.za, sabreakingnews.co.za

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