SA school children boycott classes demanding to wear skinny pants

| Updated Aug 28, 2017 at 4:01pm

 

 

School children in Pretoria, South Africa boycott classes over right to wear skimpy pants to school, saying their current uniform is "too big".

Fashion conscious teenagers in Pretoria South Africa are demanding their right to wear skinny pants to school, saying their current uniforms are "too big".

Pupils of the Hoërskool Pretoria Wes, are boycotting classes in the hope that the school will give in to their wishes, but the school's governing body is not impressed.

The Education Ministry is expected to pay a visit to the school.

They are intervening because they fear the incident could set a "wrong precedent".

SOURCE: BBC NEWS



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