Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Football Memorial High School Student Forced To Crawl In Blistering Heat With Bare Hands

The father of a Memorial High School football student says his son was forced to crawl with his bare hands on blistering 100 degree weather in hot ground just for being ten minutes late to football practice and his son ended up with part of the palm skin pealed off.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

August 5, 2015

San Antonio, Texas - On Tuesday, Jayy Obregon from San Antonio posted a photo in Facebook (FB), which is circulating of his son's underside of his right hand (palm) missing a large part of his skin that was pealed off. Obregon says, that his son was ten minutes late to football practice and a coach forced his son to crawl with bare hands in 100 degree weather and blistering hot ground resulting in a hand injury.
Despite, the drastic ordeal and punishment by a coach at the Memorial High School in San Antonio, his son wants to continue playing in the team, according to Obregon. 
Did the coach go to far with the punishment? Some FB commentators suggested for Obregon to file a police report, to contact school officials and file a complain with the sports director of the school district.

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