Chemistry Answer Sheet Turns Into Adult Fiction

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Yes you read it right. A 16 year old student from Ahemdabad, wrote his sexual fantasies about his sister-in-law and his cook in place of every answer.

The lady teacher who was checking his answer sheet was shocked to see the whole answer paper filled with detailed pornographic content and took it to the coordinator of the assessment centre.

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A cheating case has been filed against him as the board is allowed to file cases against students writing obscene content in exams. The student was asked to show up in front of Gujarat Secondary And Higher Secondary Education Board but he failed to do so and as a result, he has been failed in the exams and barred from taking boards for 1 year.

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When investigated, it was found that he is failing in all other subjects too. Not only that, it is being said that he is suffering from perverted psyche and his parents are being shown his mark sheets so that necessary steps can be taken.

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