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HS Football Coach Put His Penis in Hot Dog Bun

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Last month, KREM.com reported that Ferris High School football coach Jim Sharkey was placed on administrative leave but had no specifics as to why. A couple weeks later, the truth is out — Sharkey (reportedly) put his dong in a hot dog bun during a summer leadership camp.

The details from The Spokesman-Review:

A couple of weeks after the camp, a Ferris player came forward and said that while Sharkey was grilling, he turned with his exposed penis inside a hot dog bun. Sharkey said, “You think that is a big dog – take a look at this,” according to school records that listed multiple different versions of the same quote.

While the coach got a written reprimand and was allowed to coach this past fall, school officials placed him on administrative leave Feb. 1 after more players claimed to have seen the hot dog incident and other students brought up separate incidents of questionable behavior by the 11-year teacher and coach.

Suffice it to say that exposing your penis to high schoolers is a surefire way to get yourself in trouble.

Oh, and if hot dog incident isn’t scummy enough, a girl also accused the coach of calling her a “puck bunny:”

The records show more students came forward to say they witnessed the hot dog incident. A girl also complained that Sharkey called her a “puck slut” or “puck bunny,” because she was friends with Spokane Chiefs hockey players, most of whom attend Ferris.

While other football players described a shady birthday tradition called “juicing:”

Another football player also alleged that he knew of “four or five” times that players would gang up and dog pile a player on his birthday and they would shove their fingers up the player’s anus, something the players called “juicing.” The player also made it clear that no coaches or adults were around during those incidents.

Sure seems like this guy should get the axe!

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