From The Times
November 8, 2007
Gorilla surprise turns out to be a stripper in school
A stripper peeled off her clothes and whipped a 16-year-old student in front of his class, ensuring that the boy’s mother had achieved her aim of providing a birthday surprise he would never forget.
But it was not the surprise gift that she had intended when she booked a man dressed in a gorilla suit.
Arnold Hill School in Nottingham launched an inquiry yesterday into the bizarre sequence of events after the stripper performed a significant chunk of her routine before the shocked teacher intervened.
The teenager’s unsuspecting mother had asked an agency to provide her son with a birthday surprise, even getting his teacher to agree to film it on a phone.
But a stripper dressed as a police-woman turned up instead. A student who witnessed the routine said: “She asked the lad to stand up, which he did, and told him he had been ‘a very naughty boy’ because he hadn’t been doing his homework.
“Then she put on some Britney Spears music and got out a collar and lead from her bag and told him to put them on. No one could believe it. Next she ordered him to get on all fours, led him around the classroom and hit him sixteen times � one for each year � on the bottom with her whip.”
The stripper then stripped down to her bra and panties before inviting the student to rub cream on her � at which point his shocked teacher finally stepped in.“To be fair to the teacher, you could tell she was just stunned and when the cream came out she told the stripper, ‘That’s it. That’s enough.’
“The boy just ran out, and the stripper very calmly put her things back in her bag and walked out of the room. No one has been suspended, but the teachers have just asked us all to keep quiet.”
A spokeswoman for the school said: “There was an incident, we are aware of it, and it is being dealt with.”
Nottinghamshire County Council confirmed that it was investigating the incident but police are not involved.
It is not known whether the stripper, who managed to evade the school’s security measures, was booked through an agency.
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