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School bus driver resigns after blasphemous tirade against students: ‘unacceptable’

An Ohio bus driver quit on Thursday after his rude outburst towards college students garnered nearly 3 million views on TikTok in just two days.

Although the Amherst Exempt Village School District did not release the former employee’s name, her explicit outburst is unmistakable in the viral 2-minute clip,

The driver apparently stopped and got up from her seat to berate the suspected troublemakers.

“Damn, how much more do you expect me to take?” she appeared to ask a girl, demanding that the alleged student “give me the perfume”.

“I didn’t do anything…I didn’t spray anything!” insisted the young voice.

“I can really feel it,” the driver replied in the video, which was also shared on Reddit, where he received over 2,000 comments.

“I’m sick of you,” she said pointedly to another student.

“I’m sick of this. I’m done with this,” the woman shouted.

“I’m about to start kicking some serious ass – do you hear me?!” she then threatened.

The school district did not release the identity of the driver.

“My foot is gonna be so far up your fucking ass it’s gonna hang over your fucking nose. I’m done with you! Put that phone in your bag – now you’re giving it to me,” she said. said, seemingly unaware that someone was filming her long, swear-filled outburst.

The driver claimed she was “allergic” to perfume and another student was “not an innocent little angel” at Perfumegate.

She told another person he was “full of shit”.

“I’m ready to get off this fucking bus right now and let you go home,” she said. “How much more do you think anybody can damn take?

She then addressed another student, shouting: “Shut the fuck up! I don’t want to hear another fucking word come out of your mouth!” and continued to scream before settling back into the driver’s seat.

Ohio school bus driver quits after blasphemous tirade against students: 'unacceptable'
The driver resigned “with immediate effect”, according to local media.

Cleveland station WKYC reported that school officials were investigating the “unacceptable” incident.

The Post has reached out to district officials for comment.

Amherst Superintendent Mike Molnar told the outlet that he sent the following letter to parents across the district:

Dear Amherst Parents,

Tonight I received a video circulating on social media of a bus driver using inappropriate and offensive language towards students. The behavior of the bus driver is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. I have accepted the resignation of the bus driver with immediate effect and the incident will be fully investigated. The bus driver’s actions do not represent the values ​​and standards we uphold as a district and do not reflect our commitment to providing a safe, caring, and compassionate educational environment.

Going forward, our transportation department will revise its procedures to ensure we are handling situations appropriately for the safety of our students. The district will also continue to support our bus drivers with appropriate training and professional development.

As Superintendent, I will continue to focus my energy and efforts on creating a positive and safe environment for all students and staff. I believe that open communication and constructive feedback from our community helps us create a stronger and more supportive environment. THANKS.

School bus driver checking several aspects of the bus before the route.
Many of the 2.8 million viewers of the TikTok video appeared to side with the angry driver.
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Meanwhile, many commenters on the viral TikTok were supporting the furious driver.

“100% team bus driver,” one wrote.

“If I was her boss she would get a raise,” said another.

“Back to basics… I love it. It was common. when we were at school… you dare not scare the bus driver,” another said.

“Lady shouldn’t have to deal with nonsense. This is why there is a shortage of bus divers in my area. She’s just trying to make a living. Give it a break,” one said.

“It’s called good old fashion discipline!! I absolutely LOVE it!!!” another applauds the driver.


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