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Have you ever had your hair cut at school for free?

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Don’t want to go to a barbershop? Want to have a free haircut? A recent photo posted on Facebook shows a high school teacher cutting a male student’s long hair.

The photo, which was apparently taken at Santhormok High School, was posted by Joke9 and has received around 7,000 likes and 800 shares.

In a comment, Sou Darith stated that it ‘used to be like that in high school.’ On the other hand, Ly Djseven said: ‘No teacher would cut my hair when I studied in high school because when the principal came, I didn’t go to school, or if he came, I would jump over the window to escape. Haha.’

Another Facebook user, Prince Ekka, did not seem to like what the teacher was doing.

‘Teachers shouldn’t do like that. We go to school to study, to show hairstyle, clothes style, shoes, diamond, and everything.’

Even if some Facebook users disliked this action, there were still some people who admired what the teacher did to the student. San Phirunsy wrote: ‘If all teachers do like this, there must be good.’ Haohenrry Chear commented: ‘We need this kind of teacher.’

In order to enforce school rules, all teachers should punish students who violate the rules. After all, students tend not to follow the rules if there is no punishment.



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