Thief Leaves Note for Students After Trashing 80 Classrooms in South China

A thief left a message for school kids on a blackboard. (Weibo.com)
A thief left a message for school kids on a blackboard. (Weibo.com)

While ransacking three high schools in Guangzhou, a thief wrote a message on a blackboard to students, telling them not to believe what their teachers say.

Surnamed Li, the 22-year-old man took cash, identity cards, and other property worth thousands of yuan from around 80 classrooms.

He left this message in one of the rooms: “All that is taught by teachers is wrong. Self-study is the key,” according to Southern Capital.

The man was eventually apprehended in Nanjing after being filmed by a security camera, and sentenced to over four years in jail.

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