After tossing boiling noodles in the face of a teacher in Massachusetts, a pupil was charged.
According to local press, the teacher suffered "mild burns" as a result of the incident.
The teacher claimed she went to the doctor by herself, and the school never called the cops.
According to various sources, a Boston, Massachusetts kid was charged after throwing hot ramen noodles in the face of a teacher earlier this month.
According to NBC Boston, the anonymous student was charged with aggravated assault as a juvenile in connection with the incident on May 5 at McKinley Middle School.
Local police stated the teacher advised the student not to put a textbook in the microwave when preparing his noodles for lunch, according to the station.
According to the Boston Herald, the teacher attempted to take the book away from the teen, but he was able to reclaim it.