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LWolf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Nov-25-08 11:56 AM
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26. Was he arrested for farting, or for disrupting?
Unless the disruption is dangerous, I wouldn't arrest him for it. Remove him. Suspend him. Not arrest him.

Unless, of course, the gas was actually deadly, lol.

If he was having digestive difficulties, he could have gotten a pass to the bathroom or the nurse. Unless, of course, the point of the farting WAS to disrupt.

Does excessive gas trigger turning off others' computers?

Sounds like the adult in charge should have had him out of there earlier.

Still, arresting him is ridiculous.

One of my first boyfriends, a little younger than that, was famous for belching. He'd take a long drink of water, and belch the abc's, or a top 10 song, or a whole conversation.

We were all highly entertained. Of course, his belches didn't have the same aromatherapy value as farts. He was never arrested.
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