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11 Weirdest Things Teachers Have Ever Confiscated

We asked teachers what were the strangest things they have ever confiscated in their classrooms. Some of the responses were literally unbelievable. We put together a list of the funniest and weirdest ones. Enjoy!

1. "After hearing a girl scream in the middle of class one day, I asked what happened. She told me that one of the boys touched her with a 'giant booger ball.' She wasn't kidding... A couple of the boys were having a contest over who could stick the most boogers together into a massive booger ball. Disgusting!" -Mrs. J.

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2. "One time, I walked into a study hall and found 2 boys hysterically laughing, while hitting each other with something. I told them to break it up and give me whatever they were using to hit each other. It was 2 fluorescent pink dildos. I can't even tell you how embarrassed the mother was, when she had to come into school to retrieve them." -Ron P., Fifth Grade 

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3. "During class one day, a student looked like he was texting under his desk. When I approached him to ask for the phone, I noticed he was rolling a f'n joint in my class!" -Carol A.

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4. "I once walked in the girl's bathroom and found a female student selling her mother's diamond engagement ring to another student. That was one awkward phone call home to mom..." -Miss A.

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5. "I had a high school student bring in a live octopus in a plastic jar. When I caught him showing his friends, he told me he was planning on putting it in one of the school urinals." -Mr. Bobweirdest things confiscated bored teachers 5

6. "One day after school, I ran into a couple of my students in the hallway acting suspicious, hiding something behind their backs. After some resistance, they handed it over. It was a plastic bag, in which the 2 boys had pooped. Apparently, they were going to leave it in their friend's locker overnight, as a prank!" -Mrs. G., Principalweirdest things confiscated bored teachers 6

7. "I once confiscated an authentic Japanese sword, sharp enough to cut through bone. It belonged to the student's father, who was a trained Karate master." -English Teacher in Japan

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8. "Caught 2 students smoking from something behind school. It was a homemade pipe, made out of an apple. Needless to say, I definitely confiscated it.-Mr. Al, Phys. Ed Teacher

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9. "One day, the class clown brought in a universal remote and programmed it to the classroom TV. He kept turning it on during the middle of class. Long story short, I figured it out pretty quickly.-Monica L.

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10. "One of my students had a dead fish in his book bag. He had gone fishing before school and didn't think it would start to smell by the end of the day... He was wrong!Harold D., High School Teacher in Florida

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11. "Once, I walked in the boy's bathroom and caught kids taking shots of something. When I made them hand over whatever it was they were drinking, it wasn't alcohol. It was a bottle of snake blood! One of the boy's dads had just returned from a trip to Thailand. Quite the souvenir!-Frank T.

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What's the weirdest thing you've ever confiscated? Share with us in the comments, to be featured in our next blog!

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  • Ms. Betsy on

    One year a Kindergarten student brought a pretty ‘vase’ to class & she was reaching in & getting a pinch of the content for each student on their desk top. I walked over to investigate and asked her ’WHAT" she had in her jar. She told me it was her ’grandmother" and that was her remains. Naturally we called mom & she had to come get ’grandma".

  • Theo on

    Wow! I’m blown away by the crazy things some teachers have discovered. In my 33 years of teaching, primarily eighth grade English, I never once encountered anything like those "unique " discoveries.

  • MS. B on

    First-grader was in the bathroom entirely too long. She returned with a used, pink tampon applicator that she had stuck over her pointer finger and was waving around. She bawled her eyes out when I made her throw away her “magic wand… when you pour water in one end it shoots out the other!”

  • Ms. Melissa on

    My first year teaching 3rd graders I was starting on our morning vocabulary and spelling lesson when I heard something sounding similar to a meow. The students all heard it because everyone went quiet listening again. Upon a second meow a student raised her hand to tell me it was her phone. I knew it was no ringtone. I asked her to bring me the bag and after opening the drawstring cinch sack there were 3 kittens barely old enough to be separated from there heir mother. Turned out she had just wanted to show her friends on the bus and didn’t tell her parents.

  • Pat McGregor on

    Take your pick: A bloody hunting knife from a Sp Ed 10 yr old. Then while teaching K: A worm farm in a cool whip dish.
    They were crawling all over the cubbies. A parakeet then later a baby raccoon in a tiny bird cage. The parakeet mysteriously got loose and was flying around the ceiling lights and dive-bombing the kids. 4 frogs in a cool whip dish. The top mysteriously came off and all 4 were jumping around the room.

  • MS. D on

    I once confiscated a live bunny that a student brought to school in her backpack.



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