A headteacher at a primary school in western Kenya decided to teach his colleagues a lesson when they arrived late for the first day of term – by locking them out of the school.
The teachers said they had to sneak in through a fence while pupils at Sichekhe primary school watched and laughed.
“I’m also a parent and had to prepare my children [for school] before reporting to work,” one of the teachers told NTV news.
Headmaster George Bwire insisted it was unprofessional for teachers to report late to work as they had lesson preparations to do.
But the teachers said there were better ways to discuss such matters instead of humiliating them.
Here is the news story aired by NTV: