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Porn-actor teacher moved to new school
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Porn-actor teacher moved to new school

Published: 17 Nov 2012 15:19 GMT+01:00
Updated: 17 Nov 2012 15:19 GMT+01:00

A German teacher has been suspended and moved to a different school after students discovered he had starred as a “luscious lad” in two porn films easily accessible on the internet.

The man, who the Fuldaer Zeitung said had been teaching at the Richard-Müller school in Fulda, Hesse, only admitted his involvement after the school director told him he could be clearly identified in the films, one of which was called “Luscious Lad” after the teacher’s character.

Although the teacher had not broken any laws, as a public servant, he has a duty to behave in an upstanding fashion in his free time as well as while at work.

A disciplinary investigation will be held into his activities, which is likely to result in a fine and an official note of disapproval.

He will be transferred to a different school in another town, the paper said, and will start working there from Monday.

“This is an unpleasant situation not only for the other teachers, students and parents, but also for him,” said Michael von Rüden, head of the local education authority.

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17:51 November 17, 2012 by ron1amr
Who is looking at pornography then to recognise this person? The School director looking at pornography? How does he know he can be clearly seen.
18:29 November 17, 2012 by realist1961
sounds like something the catholic church would do
18:33 November 17, 2012 by ovalle3.14
He will be transfered to another school... where nobody watches porn and therefore can't identify the guy?
20:56 November 17, 2012 by Berlin fuer alles
Maybe he is being transferred to a catholic school and is becoming a man of the cloth. He will be in good company there.
13:06 November 18, 2012 by raandy
As if moving this porn star to another school will end the drama.
13:31 November 18, 2012 by roundabout321
This website infuriates me. Why is the only image associated with this article showing the tits of five WOMEN when the article is about an ex sex-worker who was a MAN - getttit? He was a MAN, can you only associate women with sex even when they are not involved????? HELLO? Let me guess, it's one of his 10 year old prepubescent boys writing the article? Please find this guy and his lucky class and go back to school yourself.
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