While surely a source of joy, children can also be challenging. Without a doubt, kids have the power and ability test the wills of even the most measured individuals, especially when they are actively misbehaving. That said, some might argue that a Bat Mitzvah chaperone's profanity-laced tirade to a bus full of 12 and 13-year-old boys goes a bit too far.
The explosive diatribe, captured on audio, unfolded after one of the boys purportedly threw a piece of candy in the direction of the bus driver and chaperone. This action spawned an annoyed, "Who did it?" from the chaperone -- a question that apparently went unanswered. From there, it was all downhill.
The expletives, which were uttered as the boys traveled from Manhattan, New York, where the event was held, to Scarsdale, New York, are almost too numerous to count. Scarsdale10583.com, a local blog, published a transcript of the rant, which TheBlaze sanitized. Read it, below:
"Who did it? Do it again, you f**k, and you're f***ed! The driver will kill you! He will kill you! One more time, you will die, you will bleed, out of your f**king nose! That's right I'm spitting in your f**king eye! Ever do that again and you will die, got it? DEATH! You f**k! You spoiled f**k! Spoiled f**k! Do it again, and you're dead. Did you learn your f***ing lesson...ever again...f***ing spoiled brat! That's right don't ever do it again and I know it was you, you cocky little s**t. Death! It was an accident? You purposely threw it at our heads. Do you want these kids to die? You're first out this f***ing door! Welcome to my WORLD! You f**k! How do you feel now? Like the piece of spoiled s**t that you are...little piece of s**t. Learn something boys? F***ing spoiled brats...all of you. F***ing throwing hard things at people who are driving the bus and saving your life?"
Listen to the shocking rant, below (caution: strong language):
It's almost unbelievable that an adult would speak to children in this manner, especially over such a minor incident.
Scarsdale10583.com reports that some parents were unhappy upon learning about what unfolded on the bus. But rather than apologize, the family that hosted the Bat Mitzvah allegedly sent an e-mail defending their relative's actions (he was apparently the brother of one of the parents who hosted the event).
(H/T: Daily Mail)