In the world of technology, CCTV plays a huge part in today’s society, and with cameras all around us, our day-to-day lives are experiencing higher levels of security each day.
And it will be on your surprise to see what CCTV cameras sometimes capture in our daily lives. Some are normal and others too are beyond human being imagination.
A picture trending today on social media platforms has to do with class 5 pupils who were in class and were busily doing two things at the same time (simultaneously).
The camera spotted these two young children who were writing an exercise that the teacher had given to the class. And as the teacher was busily supervising the work she has given to them, the children were looking and trying to measure the size of their Madam's ass.
This video that pups up on Facebook today has caused stir and a lot of people are making comments about both the teacher and the children.
Some said that when children are exposed to certain things that is strange, they have no option than to look at it to find out exactly what it is. Meaning that the children were not at fault but they were trying to find out what is at the back of the teacher.
Others too are of the view that, teachers who go to classrooms should also think of dressing neatly before they go and stand before the children.
Ghanaians reacts to it below:
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