The Doctors: Teachers Behaving Badly
There are approximately 3.5 million teachers in the U.S., which The Doctors applauded for their service to American children. But two “bad apples” recently made news for alleged bad conduct. One North Caroline elementary teacher resigned after she was accused of allegedly washing out the mouth of a 5-year-old student with antibacterial soap. In another story, a Florida teacher was accused of forcing a 4-year-old pre-k student to clean out a toilet he clogged with too much toilet paper, with his bare hands. The second teacher was simply changed to a different classroom.
Dr Rachael Ross argued that a person like that should never be able to be around children again. It goes without saying that the toilet was certainly not “clean” enough for a child to be digging in it with their bare hands. What would you do if you found out your child was one of the kids like reported in this segment?
The Doctors: Clean Freak Viral Video
We all know someone who is a clean freak, and in the latest episode of Gayle! comedian Chris Fleming plays Gayle Waters-Waters, a super clean freak mom who is practically a perfectionist when it comes to cleaning her home. Chris joined the show saying he was inspired by several different people, but there’s no denying it’s hilarious enough to warrant the millions of views it’s gotten!
The Doctors: Cocaine Use During Traffic Stop?
Next, The Doctors shared news of a 73-year-old man who was arrested in Seattle for having his headlights off. After running his license and registration, the officer returned to leave the man with a warning, but found the man in the process of snorting cocaine. The man reportedly had a spotless criminal record before the incident and was booked for narcotics possession.
The guy clearly made a mistake! Mistake was the word of the day and you can use the word mistake on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win a $150 gift card to EyeBuyDirect.com.
The Doctors: Play Games To Relieve Stress
The Doctors’ prescription of the day was about playing something fun to reduce stress and anxiety. Try doing what Ice-T and Coco did! Ice-T brought in an X-Box to the hospital while his wife was experiencing a lot of anxiety, in order to play video games, which can reportedly help with stress!