A small community in Manchester has been buzzing with claims that a principal of a primary school was watched by students, as he had sex with a female teacher in his office.
Information reaching THE WEEKEND STAR is that a few days ago a student went to the headmaster’s office and knocked repeatedly to no avail. He is said to have listened for an answer but heard strange sounds like people having sex.
The child is said to have informed other kids and a staff member and the group reportedly took turns peeping in on the alleged romance.
When our news team visited the community recently, the incident was the talk of the town.
An elderly resident said: “Him (the principal) did hungry. Him shouldn’t do it when everybody deh deh. But them can’t kill him for that cause him come turn the school around. I believe is because him young and feel fit.”
Another resident added: “Yea man, a real thing. A so mi hear di pickney dem a talk yesterday enuh, mi couldn’t believe. Principal nuh easy. Mi nephew inna grade three and tell mi say principal and teacher lock up inna room a sex.”
Two grade-two students spoke cautiously about the incident. One said: “Mi nuh see but him see (referring to his friend). Him can tell yu everything weh dem did a do”.
His friend in turn said: “Mi see but mi nah tell yuh cause a our private business. Mi gone back a school.”
A fifth-grade student, however, approached THE WEEKEND STAR at a shop and asked: “Excuse mi, Sir, a di principal unuh come investigate? Mi know enuh. Him and di guidance counsellor lock up inna him office a do dem thing. Dem a have sex in deh, so di pickney dem nuh watch dem. Di guidance counsellor sexy enuh and full of shape and ting”.
Our news team was told that the female teacher is in her 20s, and is known to dress ‘hot’ and enjoys flirting with males.
The principal, however, told a news team which visited the school that he was hearing about the incident for the first time. “I’m not guilty to anything, rumours will always spread,” he said, adding that “any negativity that exists to pull down the school, won’t work.”