Can you imagine, going to school and your teacher starts belting The Star-Spangled Banner, chasing you around trying to cut your hair?
That’s what happened at a high school in CA. A video surfaced this past Wednesday showing 52-year-old Margaret Gieszinger chasing students with scissors between desks while belting out the "Star Spangled Banner" at University Preparatory High School in Visalia, California.
We think she's going to try to be funny and be like, 'Oh, did you really think I was going to cut his hair?' But she did cut a hair off, and she started singing the 'Star Spangled Banner,' and she was singing it really loudly as she ceremoniously tossed a chunk of hair behind her," said a student who wanted to remain anonymous.
The video continues to show Gieszinger grabbing at another girl's hair before students begin running out of the classroom. Students claim they don't know what triggered her behavior but said she had a similar breakdown earlier this week.
College of the Sequoias Police have since arrested Gieszinger on suspicion of corporal injury to a child. Her bail is set at $100,000.