Teacher fired for porn, sexual comments and misogyny

A supply teacher in Serón has been fired for showing teenagers in his class hard core pornography and advocating extreme violence against women.

And now the local magistrate has become involved after parents complained to the Guardia Civil.

The mountain village of Serón

The teacher worked at IES Sierra de los Filabres secondary school of Serón for just two months before the first complaints started to come in about the man’s “bizarre” behaviour in class.

Shoot women, not clay pigeons

This was the bizarre statement the man was recorded as saying on International Women’s Day as he launched into a fierce attack against women’s rights.

Students allege that he told them “for every woman killed, we should put up her photo and throw stones at it” adding that “we should have an official sporting activity like clay pigeon shooting, but using women as targets and you get points for every hit”.

He was later reported to have knocked over exhibits of women’s rights and jumped on a chalk floor mural to scuff it out.

His class also claim he showed them hard core pornography on his official laptop explaining that “this is how a real man should treat a woman”.

Officials at the regional educational authority suspended the man upon receiving the first complaints and have now fired him. They refused to comment further due to legal actions open against the man, but confirmed that he had only entered the teaching profession in September last year and that the Serón supply teacher’s job was his first posting.

The school likewise declined to comment other than to say that this was a “very delicate case”.

Mayor Juan Lorenzo of Serón said that he was very pleased by the speed in which the man was removed from his job by the educational authorities and that the system had worked well.

Serón penal court has now opened a judicial investigation to ascertain if any laws were broken by the man’s alleged comments.

However, the teacher is understood to deny all the comments, and Europa Press reports that he has filed criminal complaints against the school and the Junta de Andalucía.

Since the beginning of this school year, all teachers across Spain have been required to pass a criminal record check to ensure they have no open cases of gender violence or sexual aggression.

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