The superintendent of an Eastern Kentucky school district said "appropriate disciplinary action has been taken" after photos surfaced showing students giving lap dances to staff as part of Hazard High School's homecoming week festivities. It seems that during the school's homecoming week festivities, students and staff took part in a "Man Pageant" and "Costume Day" on Tuesday, according to the school's Facebook page. Photos that were subsequently taken down from the athletics department's Facebook page showed students in underwear giving lap dances to faculty and staff, including Hazard High School Principal Donald "Happy" Mobelini, who just also happens to be the mayor of the Perry County city. Other photos on the athletics page that were later taken down showed female students dressed up in "Hooters" outfits as well as students and staff appearing to paddle one another. Sondra Combs, superintendents of Hazard Independent Schools, said the district "has a tradition of excellence and academics and everything we do, but the incident is being investigated and once the investigation is complete, appropriate action will be taken." She later added that the district had handed down a punishment or punishments but is "not allowed to disclose any further information regarding the specifics of the discipline" because it is a "personnel matter." Meanwhile, a thread about the Hazard High School events on Reddit is titled: "This is the mayor of my town being grinded on by a high school student dressed as a woman," and it has over 450 comments and over 7,600 upvotes on the website. (USA Today)
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