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Australia 'The punishment doesn't fit the crime'

00:40  13 march  2018
00:40  13 march  2018 Source:

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Rohan Brown's position was immediately terminated at Trinity Grammar after video emerged of him giving the student a haircut earlier this week.

In a statement, the school, located in the Melbourne suburb of Kew, said Mr Brown’s handling of the situation was "inconsistent with community expectations."

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"As a result, the School Council was of the view that Mr Brown’s leadership position at the school was no longer tenable," the statement said.

But students have refused to let their much-loved teacher go quietly.

The 2018 student school leaders have urged all students to wear casual clothes with brown tape around their wrist today to show their support for Mr Brown.

"We are utterly hurt, angry and disappointed with the sacking of Mr Brown," the student group said in a statement.

"To show how inseparable Brownie is from our community, every boy from Year 7-12 has been encouraged to wear brown tape of their wrist."

Students began arriving at the school today, with tape around their arms.

Some students could be seen wearing an open-collared shirt, instead of a tie.

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Some would include Baldinger. " The punishment doesn ' t fit the crime ," Baldinger told Baldinger is right; the six-month banishment feels like a termination.

"We're all pretty shocked about his dismissal," student Toby Yates told Today from outside the school this morning.

"He was only upholding the school values and he’s cut other people’s hair in the past," student Anthony Apos said.

"We all think the punishment doesn’t fit the crime."

The student who received the haircut has not returned to school because of intensive bullying.

Earlier this week, a protest unfolded at lunchtime when students shouted "Brownie, Brownie, return Brownie." An online petition for him to return has received well over 1000 signatures.

Student Sam Carroll said Mr Brown was the "best thing that ever happened to the school".

"Everyone is feeling remorseful for him because he is a really good person," he said.

Mr Brown has said he still bleeds the school's colours - green and gold - and hopes to one day return to teaching.

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