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A student from St Andrew's Secondary School was caught on video confronting and threatening a teacher in class.
A Stomper alerted Stomp to the clip that has been circulating on social media.
In the video, the student is seen approaching the teacher and pointing his finger at his face.
The teacher shouts at him: "Don't touch me!"
The student then tells him to "watch your mouth" before saying: "I will end your life right now."
Again, the teacher tells the student to touch him but he responds: "You shut your mouth, b****."
When the teacher tells him not to scold him, the student replies, "What are you going to do about it, though?"
The other students in the class are heard cheering and laughing.
Netizens were stunned at the student's attitude and questioned how he was raised.
One netizen said: "He embarrassed his parents and himself."
Another commented: "I hope action is taken on the kid!"
In response to media queries, St Andrew's Secondary School said: "The school is aware of the incident.
"We take a serious view on disrespectful behaviour towards staff and the student has been disciplined.
"We have also engaged the student's parents, and will work closely with them to counsel and guide him."