Music teacher under investigation for contaminating students’ flutes with semen


California law enforcement officials are looking in to a massive shipment of colorful children’s flutes, given to students at multiple elementary schools, which reportedly were contaminated by a music teacher’s semen.

It’s unclear what initially prompted the investigation, but parents were disgusted when California state officials urged them to set their child’s flutes aside for examination.

Multiple school districts including in Fountain Valley, Los Angeles, Fullerton, Inland Empire, Fullerton, Chatsworth, Capistrano Unified and Newport-Mesa all sent home notices to parents to take away their child’s flutes.

The message states that a music teacher operating as an “independent contractor” may have contaminated the entire shipment of flutes with semen.

“The flutes are colorfully decorated and painted by students all over Southern California through a program called ‘Flutes Across the World,’” NBC Los Angeles reported.

The flutes/recorders that were given to the students “were potentially contaminated with bodily fluids,” Fountain Valley School District’s Superintendent Mark Johnson told the Orange County Register.

“As part of the investigation, we are working with local law enforcement and school districts to collect instruments, for the California Department of Justice to process,” California’s Office of the Attorney General told the Orange County Register.

Federal investigators claim they are going to test the instruments.

“You have to read in between the lines – and most likely it’s not sweat,” Nate, a parent whose child attends Courreges Elementary School, told NBC 4 Los Angeles.

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