VIDEO: Students Give Lap Dances, Throw Money at Strippers During Homecoming Celebration

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Something very disturbing is going on at Hazard High School in Kentucky.

The other day photographs surfaced showing teenage boys dressed in lingerie performing lap dances on faculty members and the principal.

The performance happened before the entire student body during a homecoming event called, “Man Pageant.”

The school district apologized.

“At the end of the day, the light-hearted activity simply got out of hand, and for that, we apologize,” Supt. Sondra Combs said in a statement. “In the future, we will strive to keep the lighthearted, fun nature of school activities without the inappropriate behavior.”

Gov. Andy Beshear condemned the behavior of the students and adults.

“What happened in Hazard, shouldn’t. We should have better judgment than that,” said Gov. Beshear. “My hope is that they’ll be public about any actions taken so that those that are watching this situation know what happens when you make a mistake like that. I also hope that they’re going to have open and transparent dialogues with their students that this isn’t acceptable in our modern world. We want to make sure this isn’t an example that some take and repeat.”

But now video has surfaced from a 2020 homecoming event at the same high school — this time featuring a male student dressed in drag provocatively dancing to “Like a Virgin.”

Video shows the student slithering across the gym floor and touching the principal.

In 2017 video shows scantily clad male students giving other individuals lap dances as students cheer and someone tosses money onto the floor.

Parents would be wise to pull their children out of this perverted house of porn disguised as a public school.

Every teacher and every administrator who signed off on this fiendish behavior should be fired — and reported to police.