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Outrage! Teachers are caught playing ‘f***, marry, kill’ game

by Leigh Egan

Parents are infuriated after teachers reportedly played the FMK game while targeting students!

Bangor, Michigan, parents are outraged after a leaked video allegedly depicted several high school teachers and a secretary playing the “f****, marry, kill” game while judging students’ appearances.

“F***, marry, kill,” also known as FMK, is a controversial game in which people rate others looks, similar to the scale of 0-10 game. Yet,  in this particular game, the “judges” (the teachers and school secretary in this instance) judge people on whether they’d have sex with them, marry them, or “kill” them. It’s a classic game that’s typically played while friends judge celebrities, but as the game’s popularity increased, many developers began creating FMK apps and online versions. Some people prefer to play the game while people-watching those around them.

WWMT reports that the incident occurred while several Bangor High School teachers and staff sat at a bar over the weekend and made explicit comments about students they’d like to hook up with and other students they’d rather kill. One targeted child was reportedly a special needs student.

On Monday, numerous parents filed into the high school after watching the video. Most demanded that immediate action be taken against the staff involved in the FMI game. Most parents wanted the staff involved to be fired, but when they weren’t satisfied with the school’s response, they also demanded that school officials to give their resignations.

According to the school’s district lawyer, Robert Huber, the teachers and secretary were given written reprimands. The secretary, Patti Waite, resigned. Then—according to Huber–that was it. The lack of action infuriated numerous parents who felt much more should be done, including Amanda Reprogal, the mom of the special needs student mentioned in the video.

“I would like to see people being held accountable. There are some criminal charges being pressed. I’m not sure how that’s going to go, but I don’t want to see anybody lose their job, but this is not okay, you got to go.”

Regardless, Huber said that there’s nothing else the school board can do.

“I say that we made our best assessment based on the facts and reasonable minds can differ about things.”

[Feature Photo: YouTube]

Leigh Egan is a crime-fighting journalist and editor who specializes in breaking news and investigative true crime coverage. With more than a decade of experience under her belt, Leigh’s work can be found in a number of high-profile national publications. For Leigh, learning didn’t stop after college. She considers herself a lifelong learner who frequently takes media and journalism courses to keep abreast of the latest happenings and innovations in her field.