Parent Claims Their Child Was Left Traumatised After Teacher Showed Netflix's Don't F*** With Cats In Class
A Surrey parent says their child is traumatized after watching the @Netflix_CA Luka Magnotta documentary "Don't fuck with cats" in class. I know adults who can't watch films like that so curious what parents think.
Details in my @CTVVancouver story here: https://t.co/K462N3WRXu pic.twitter.com/fHN45G8nNi
- Penny Daflos (@PennyDaflos) January 8, 2020
As reported by CTV, a parent of a child at a Canadian school wrote a letter to the headteacher, saying that their child came home from school and was crying 'to the point of vomiting' after seeing the documentary.
The complaint letter has the subject line 'Re. Animal mutilations in classroom' and goes into detail about the student's reaction to being shown the film.
The film shows graphic images where convicted murderer Luka Magnotta films the moment before kittens are killed.
The student, who attends Elgin Park School, in Surrey, British Columbia, was left 'shocked' and 'horrified' at the graphic nature of the documentary.
The Surrey school district is investigating the complaint, which was made by a parent in Vancouver and say that the letter was sent anonymously. It detailed that the class was shown the film on the last day of school before the Christmas holidays.
The letter of complaint sent to Surrey Schools Supt. Dr. Jordan Tinney, and revealed by CTV News, read: "No doubt many adults would be disgusted and horrified if they witnessed something so awful and so violent. But for children, the damage is incalculable."
District spokesperson Ritinder Matthews told CTV: "We are aware of the parent's concerns and we've received the letter. The principal is investigating the matter."
LADbible has contacted Elgin Park School for comment.
The frankly unbelievable story of the crimes of Luka Magnotta and the international manhunt that followed has been blowing people's minds ever since three-part documentary Don't F*** With Cats was released on Netflix last month.
The 37-year-old came to notoriety in 2010, after sharing videos of himself killing small kittens, which sparked an international manhunt and has since been turned into a documentary.
He is currently serving a life sentence, having been convicted of killing and dismembering Jun Lin, before posting his hands and feet to elementary schools and political party offices in Canada.
More than five years on from his arrest, Magnotta is married to convicted killer Anthony Jolin, who he met on Canadian Inmates Connect, a inmate dating website.
Informing the site's administrators of his newfound love back in 2015, Magnotta sent an email, writing: "Thank you for your service. I found what I was looking for."
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