Parents Make Brit Primary School Ban Sexually Coded 'Shagbands'

by Tanya Thomas on  September 22, 2009 at 8:27 AM Child Health News
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 Parents Make Brit Primary School Ban Sexually Coded 'Shagbands'
Shagbands - the sexually coded bracelets - have been in a Brit primary school after parents learnt of their real meaning.

Parents of kids, attending Rayne Primary School near Braintree, Essex, discovered that each colour of the 'shagband' represents a different sex act.

"The children have been walking around with these rubber bands on calling them shagbands," the Daily Star quoted mum-of-three Andrea Elward, 46, whose 10-year-old daughter studies in the school, as saying.

"My daughter said her friends had got them and could she have a set. Then she went red and giggled when she explained they were called shagbands.

"I had a word with the head and they banned them immediately," she added.

Source: ANI
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