Photo: Claire Lealiifano page in Facebook
In the new Zealand city Helensville, North island, the student was sent home for a lack of a pink outfit in pink shirt Day (Pink Shirt Day) on the fight against bullying. About it reports the local edition Newshub.
The child’s mother Claire Lealiifano (Claire Lealiifano) wrote about the incident on his page in Facebook. “It was a Day of pink shirt. Of course, the boys little pink colour, she says. — [My son] was wearing a t-shirt with pink designs on the back.”
According to her, the boy was forced to return home and change into school uniform because his clothes was not enough pink. “I got an email from the so-called teachers. He threatened that if my son gets back to school, finds out the head teacher,” explained the woman.
Lealiifano, noted that unattended prying her son could happen “anything.” “He didn’t have a mobile phone. He walked home completely alone,” explained a worried mother. New Zealander claims that the headmaster had no claim to the appearance of the boy.
Representatives of the Department of education assured that they have already started an independent investigation into the incident.
In March it was reported that in the English town of Peterlee, County Durham, a deaf Briton was not allowed in the club at his birthday because of the short shorts. He returned home and put on pants, but he was once again barred from entering the school because of the lack of zipper on the pants.
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