This mom sure could use an extra hand!
[Image via MTV.]
You know what they say: once something is on the internet, you’re not getting it back! Even if it's your 'private' account!
South Carolina assistant principal Charles Fowler didn't know that apparently, and has resigned after he was accused of ‘cyberbullying’ a six-year-old girl.
Fowler posted a picture of the little girl on his private Facebook, with the weight-related caption:
“Honey Boo Boo at Walmart”
Umm, excuse us but Honey Boo Boo is a darling child! How else would she have captured America's attention??
REGARDLESS, Fowler clearly didn’t mean it as a compliment!
So, the locals at Walhalla High School sent around a petition for Fowler's dismissal, which was reportedly even signed by his son.
As for the school district, they said:
"Regrettably, a district employee made an inappropriate posting through social media that included a photograph of one of the district's students. The district does not condone this conduct and the individual who made the inappropriate posting has resigned."
Some students stuck up for Fowler, with one mom saying her son wouldn’t have graduated without the educator.
However, that doesn’t make up for his lack of judgement here.
People really need to think twice about how their comments can hurt someone!
[Image via WYFF.]