The Mathiba Primary School in Maun had to abruptly end classes last week after sightings of a “hairy little humanoid” caused a school-wide commotion.
When sixth and seventh grade students at Mathiba noticed what they describes as “a black little hairy creature which resembled a human being”, pandemonium ensued. Children left their classes to run amok, many fainted, and at least ten kids had to be treated for shock at a local clinic thanks to the bizarre encounter.
According to Acro Maseko, Director for North West District in the Ministry of Education and Skills Development (whew..), all of that hysteria made it a little hard to continue with regular classes, so teachers sent the students home while they hunted for the beast.
“We will be holding prayers in the school soon after meeting parents and chiefs but for now we had asked for professional councillors to help,” Maseko told The Voice.
Oddly enough, none of the faculty actually saw the creature for themselves, but one teacher told reporters that the area was known for such outbreaks of monster-related panic.
Maybe it was just a coincidence that the creature decided to strike when it was just about time for the seventh grade to take their finals. But hey, that never stopped Buffy.
What do you think of the tiny hairy humanoid that attacked Mathiba Primary? Did the students have a run-in with a terrifying monster? Or were they just trying to skip out on tests? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, tweet us @WhoForted, or leave your comments below!