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UK: Primary teacher admits sniffing pupils’ feet in classroom ‘game’

A TEACHER has admitted he sexually assaulted pupils at a Blackburn primary school by tickling and sniffing their feet.

____ ____ would make the youngsters take off their socks and shoes and sit up on a table before assaulting them. The 51-year-old told the youngsters it was part of a game.

Airey pleaded guilty to eight counts of sexual assault on a child under 13 at Burnley Crown Court. Full Article

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  1. ab

    WOW we are in so much trouble! Feet sniffing and tickling is sexual assault? Yeah I agree it is a weird punishment, but assault is too far. What’s next? Teeth cleaning with a bar of soap?

  2. Q

    Hmm… I seem to be having a problem drawing the correlation between tickling feet and assault. I guess the kids have been convinced by LE they were “assaulted” by now. I think what the teacher did was indeed strange, but assault? I don’t think so.

  3. Anonymous

    I should really stir the pot by acting like i am sexually aroused by simply being around other humans. I should get a whole bunch of people to do the same. Then, i can write about it on several blogs, get on a TV show about my strange sexual deviance, then say on regional or national that i’m part of an underground group of individuals who share the same “interest”. Then the public will panic and assume EVERYONE is a sexual deviant because OMG… HE’S STANDING NEXT TO ANOTHER PERSON … HE’S ONE OF THEM.

    Then i can laugh silently, alone about how easy it is to manipulate society, followed promptly by being killed by a vigilante because he was also the victim of others standing next to him somewhere.. and he felt violated.

    I guess my point is that simply touching feet is not sexual in nature. But, society seems to now know about a once obscure sexual fetish. Because it got spotlighted, lots more people became aware of it and then they get into it.

    Back when i was a little kid, i was tickled by my peers, my parents, other family members and sometimes by friends. I didn’t think it was anything sexual, even to this day. Maybe it’s time to check into a mental health facility to deal with my being abused as a child because the way i see it, too many situations are now considered sexual in nature. If that’s becoming the norm, then why should i pretend it wasn’t sexual in nature?

    It’s sad that men can’t be teachers anymore.
    It’s sad that men, fathers of their children are afraid to even be seen in public with their kids, or holding hands crossing the street or walking into the store.

    It doesn’t take much to convince a person that their actions had some sort of sexual inference, especially when a detective says, don’t worry, if you plea guilty to accounts of “assault”, then you’ll get the help you need and you’ll likely walk and do a program, then be done. But then the person finds out later the real truth of it all.

    But then again, maybe this guy was a sicko? Who really knows. Not me. I’m just becoming a crazier person each day i live in this country.

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