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Student Gets Extremely Creepy “Accidental” Email From Teacher

Student Gets Extremely Creepy "Accidental" Email From Teacher 5

Accidents happen. You might end up doing something completely humiliating and inappropriate by accident. Or you might do it on purpose and then say it’s an accident, and that’s what I suspect of this professor who “accidentally” emailed a student a message that seems a whole lot like non-consensual sexual role play. Then they tried to cover it up as just a “Whoopsie!”

The story comes from TikTok user @cloudoda, who posted a brief TikTok showing two messages from the same professor. It seems as though she emailed them, asking about a homework assignment. The subject line reads “Regarding homework due on the 18/9.” Underneath is the response from her professor.

All it says is *starts to take your top and hijab off*

Student Gets Extremely Creepy "Accidental" Email From Teacher 6

Over the text, which  @cloudoda is presenting with the green screen feature, she sits and looks disturbed. Anyone would be, but also she is wearing a hijab. Presumably, she wears it every day and to class, so her professor has seen…

Student Shares Creepy And Weirdly Specific “Accidental” Email From Teacher

Accidents happen. You might end up doing something completely humiliating and inappropriate by accident. Or you might do it on purpose and then say it’s an accident, and that’s what I suspect of this professor who “accidentally” emailed a student a message that seems a whole lot like non-consensual sexual role play.



Student Gets Extremely Creepy “Accidental” Email From Teacher

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