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High School Student Suspended For Tweeting About Teacher’s Horrible Parking Job

Curtis High School in Staten Island is now learning a good lesson about teenagers on Twitter.

1. Erik Nielsen has started a pretty lively twitter trend after he was suspended for tweeting about a teacher’s bad parking job.

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2. Nielsen has since deleted all of the tweets from his account, but here’s a snapshot taken by The Daily Dot of the twitter exchange between Erik and his teacher:

3. Perhaps a good lesson about dealing with teenagers on the internet, since Nielsen’s suspension the #TweetForErik and #FreeErik hashtags have began blowing up.

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4. There’s even merch.

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5. According to The Daily Dot, Curtis High School couldn’t confirm how long Nielsen’s suspension was for, but that he had a meeting with the principal Tuesday.

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6. In the meantime though, as you can see, Nielsen’s classmates are dead set on turning this into a whole thing.

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Via dailydot.com

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Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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