Ohio Teens Kicked Off School Bus for Passing Gas

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Two Ohio teens were booted off a school bus after passing gas on Friday. Sounds like something that would happen to Noah Puckerman.

According to the NY Daily News, the two 13-year-olds were banished from the bus for one day after breaking wind and causing a ruckus on the ride.
Canal Winchester Middle School officials said that the teens were making "obscene gestures," which violated the school's code of conduct and warranted the bus ban. Obviously the students' parents were not happy about the disciplinary measures.

"It's very laughable, that's what it is," father James Nichols told The Columbus Dispatch. "When it happens, it just happens. It's not intentional."

The bus driver had reportedly issued a warning to the boys a few weeks ago after another gas-passing incident. Their repeat offense was another reason behind the punishment, Nichols said. %Poll-63721%

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