Guess you could say this choir class ended on a sour note.
Criticism by a choir’s soprano section that the alto section was sounding “flat” apparently didn’t sit well with one alto member at a north Fort Worth middle school Wednesday afternoon.
According to a Fort Worth police report, the north Fort Worth seventh-grade girl told the sopranos to “just shut the (expletive) up,” dropping an F-bomb that was not music to the ears of her choir teacher.
The teacher told the student to watch her language because he could issue her an infraction for saying the “F word” in class. The student replied, “Write me up...go for it! I’ll even say it again,” then unleashed a triple F-bomb in which she ended the first expletive with “ity.”
As the teacher began to write the girl up, the student continued to speak out, saying “Just get to writing, Mr....” the report states.
The girl was sent to the principal's office with the infraction, at which time the assistant principal alerted a school security initiative officer. The officer, after learning that the teacher wished to press charges, issued the girl a citation for disorderly conduct language.