A teacher points at damage caused to a classroom at Ban Mung Nongtae School by two young boys.
SISAKET – The parents of two young Thai boys aged 8 and 9 are facing a hefty bill after they broke into a primary school and ransacked a classroom, causing more than 60,000 baht in damage, apparently just for fun.
Pol Capt Kittithat Chanthasen, duty-officer at Phayu police station in Sisaket Province said they made a huge mess of the classroom for Prathom 6 students in a single-story building at Ban Mung Nongtae School in tambon Phayu.
According to the Bangok Post teaching materials, a computer, a television and other equipment were destroyed and books torn to pieces and scattered about the floor.
White boards were coloured in black and cartons of school milk opened and spilled all over the floor, which was also left soaked with water colours.
The deputy director of the school, Ms Supin Sing-ngern, said there was no one there when the break-in occurred….
Original published: 16 March 2017 1:04 pm Read the full Bangkok News here
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