High School Teacher Suspended After ‘Human Centipede 2’ Screened in Class

No word on if the school district needed to provide psychological counseling to students who viewed film

Last Updated: April 30, 2016 @ 4:33 PM

Here’s one subject that’s probably never been covered before in anatomy class.

A Tennessee high school teacher has been suspended after at least some of the film “Human Centipede 2” was screened during class.

It is not known at this time if the teacher or a student played the film, or how much of it was seen, but the Jackson-Madison County School System immediately launched an investigation after parents complained.

“Upon learning of an alleged movie viewing, the district immediately launched an internal investigation regarding the alleged viewing of an inappropriate film at Jackson-Central Merry High School,” the district told the Jackson Sun in a press release. “At the time the incident was reported, the teacher was immediately suspended and remains suspended pending the outcome of the investigation.”

However, Tom Six, the man behind all of the “Human Centipede” films, was elated upon learning the news. “It should be mandatory to watch THC2 in school classes,” Six tweeted. “It deals with a character that is bullied and what to do!”

For those of you who are not familiar with the plot of “Human Centipede” (a.k.a. the lucky among you), the first film revolves around a demented surgeon who kidnaps three people and sews them together mouth-to … other end.

In the sequel, a man who viewed the first film decides that he will take things one step further, and kidnaps 12 people to make an even bigger human centipede.

While probably one of the most disgusting things ever committed to film, the franchise has proven incredibly popular. A third film was made in 2015 involving a 500-person human centipede.

How long before we see “Human Centipede in Space”? Stay tuned.