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‘Too Sexy’ Comment Leads to Suspension in Egg Harbor City

A southern New Jersey school district has suspended a 40-year-old accused of telling a 7-year-old she was “too sexy” for gym class from its list of substitute teachers.

Charles Spragg Elementary School

The Egg Harbor City school board plans to consider the case against Marco Inskip in May.

The girl, who is a second-grader at Charles Spragg Elementary School, told another teacher about the comment on Monday.

Her father, Henry Wilson, told The Press of Atlantic City school officials said Inskip claimed he said the girl was cute but other students heard him say sexy. Wilson filed a harassment complaint against Inskip because he says he doesn’t want him working at another school.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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