Boy writes about 'sexual encounters' with Bollywood actresses in exam, gets pass marks
He reportedly wrote about his imaginary sexual encounters as answers to five questions in his Economics paper during the recent Class 12 Board Exams.
New Delhi: A student in Gujarat wrote 'expletives and erotic stories' in an economics board exam paper but still managed to get pass marks, media reports said on Friday.
Thanks to the examiner's 'inattentiveness' that the Rajkot boy almost got away after writing about his imaginary sexual experience with Bollywood actresses Rani Mukherjee and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in the class 12 exam board exam.
He reportedly wrote about his imaginary sexual encounters as answers to five questions in his Economics paper. Interestingly, the examiner, who allegedly check his paper, gave pass marks.
However, the 'misdemeanour' was soon spotted when a moderator re-checked the paper and the student was failed.
Meanwhile, the teacher was asked to pay a fine Rs 1,000 for the 'extreme negligence'.
A total of 1,000 teachers, who assessed this year's class 12 general stream papers, were reportedly fined for errors in paper checking.
Earlier this year, another boy from Gujarat had also written about his sexual fantasies with a film actress and his cook in a chemistry paper. He too was failed.