"From praising Osama bin Laden and calling the Holocaust an "exaggeration" to telling students he'd like to have sex with their mothers, a former Windsor-area high school teacher is accused of having broken just about every taboo of civil conduct - in class or out."
William Fabel's outrageous statements include:
- To a female Grade 10 student, Fabel said: "I was looking at Playboy magazine and saw someone who looked just like you."
- After the Columbine shooting, he entered the class pretending to be a gunman, causing students to cower under their desks.
- To the mother of two students at the start of a parent-teacher interview, he asked: "Who do you want to talk about first? Dumb or Dumber?"
- He told one student his mother was a "M.I.L.F." - meaning a "mother I'd like to f---."
- To his class: "I'm a leg man; I have cameras hidden under all the girls' desks!"
- To a Catholic: "Your religion's stupid. That nun isn't getting any!"
- He spoke about his own sexual activities and offered tips to male students on "how to get into girls' pants."
And these are just a sample of his overall 'quotes'.
Fabel got a teaching certificate and degree from University of Toronto in 1988. My question is, how did he pass the 2 years needed for certificate, which included a 1 year teaching practical? Did he keep his mouth shut while he did his certificate? Or was his comments less offensive then as diversity was less in Toronto then?
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