Teacher with prosthetic Z-cup breasts gets new classroom job but needs security

A teacher who shot to fame and controversy in equal measure for their Z-cup breasts has bagged a new classroom job, with extra security.

Kayla Lemieux had caused controversy over the size of their prosthetic breasts at a previous school but Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School are taking a chance on the teacher.

A letter from the principal of the Ontario, Canada-based school has already been passed around to warn parents of the "public attention" they may receive.

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The new teaching gig for Lemieux has seen the school enact additional safety measures, with "operational plans" now in place to hit back against potential protestors.

Principal Tom Fisher had to explain in the memo how the controversial addition to his teaching staff may cause chaos outside the school.

He wrote: "We are writing to you today because we anticipate the school your child is attending this year, Nora Frances Henderson, may receive some level of public attention, and we want to communicate what this means for you, your children, and our school.

"Should the school be subject to any disruptions or protests; we are committed to communicating with you as openly and as frequently as possible to ensure student safety โ€” and to share any operational plans."

It would appear the outcry of Lemieux's previous position has not been forgotten, and their new role is prompting security measures, the New York Post reported.

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Nora Frances Henderson school will see students "enter and exit the building using assigned doors at entry and dismissal" and will also "lock exterior doors during school hours".

Further on from those locked doors, the "front main doors" will be the only available access point during school hours.

The memo added: "All students and visitors will be required to use an intercom system to enter and exit the building."

Parents were further asked to "email or call before coming to the school if they wish to visit or speak to an employee."

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