Teacher's allergy leads to banana ban at UK school!Byline: ANI
London, June 16 (ANI): A school in Devon, England that banned bananas from children's lunch-boxes has left parents livid livid /liv·id/ (liv´id) discolored, as from a contusion or bruise; black and blue.
The school's decision is a precautionary pre·cau·tion·ar·y also pre·cau·tion·al
Of, relating to, or constituting a precaution: taking precautionary measures; gave precautionary advice.
Adj. 1. measure keeping the safety of a teacher in mind who suffers from latex latex, emulsion of a polymer (e.g., rubber) in water (see colloid). Natural latexes are produced by a number of plants, are usually white in color, and often contain, in addition to rubber, various gums, oils, and waxes. fruit syndrome, which is potentially fatal.
A unit of kinematic viscosity equal to that of a fluid with a viscosity of one poise and a density of one gram per milliliter.
stoke Damerel Primary School in Plymouth has strength of 320 students.
Parents of these students are baffled and have branded the ban as "ridiculous".
"This is complete and utter nonsense - the world has gone mad," The Daily Express quoted a parent as saying.
The city councillor and a former head-teacher have also denounced the ban as "over the top".
However, the ban introduced two years back will be lifted once the teacher calls it quit in September, a spokesman said. (ANI)
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