After posting sexy photos of herself on Instagram, a teacher was fired.
A young teacher was fired because she put photos of herself on social media that were “inappropriate.”
A teacher lost her job because she put “sexy” photos of herself on social media.
Local news says that Yeimmy Ilias Isaza, a teacher from Barranquilla, Colombia, lost her job after her bosses saw some revealing photos of her on Instagram.
The school where she worked is said to have told her that what she posted online was inappropriate and “not in line” with how she was seen at work.
Yeimmy has over 390,000 followers on the app, and she has shared many photographs of herself wearing revealing clothes.
On her profile, she poses in bikinis, miniskirts, and plunge dresses, and there are also pictures of her in professional settings, which look like they are from her job as a teacher.
The decision to terminate Yeimmy sparked outrage from her followers, with many stating that how she chooses to dress outside of work should have no bearing on her job.
“What a pretty girl! One person said, “Don’t listen to people who criticize just to criticize.”
“I think that envy is one of the worst things in the world today.”
Despite getting fired, the teacher continues to post freely on social media and has not changed her style of content.
She is now said to be working at another school, and since the incident, she has gained a huge number of fans.
From the Spanish version of her Instagram bio, it says, “National and International Lecturer. Educator, auditor, and advisor. Coaching, being a leader, and money.”
Just a few days ago, a schoolteacher was criticized on the Internet for wearing “inappropriate” clothes to work.
In a series on TikTok about what she wears to work, Scottish teacher Victoria wears short skirts and shirt dresses with stockings under them.
But even though she says the students love her bright outfits, many people on social media were quick to call the biology teacher’s choices “inappropriate.”
The high school teacher responded to the comments that questioned her clothes by saying that her school has a “very relaxed” dress code and that she is “definitely aware” of her outfit when she is in the classroom and using the board.
Some people aren’t sure about Victoria’s outfits, which she said are from Zara and ASOS, but others are very impressed, and some teachers are using her videos as “go-to work outfit inspiration.”
“If we wore this to school, we’d be fired right away,” said one person.
“I love this so much, but if I were a teacher in Sydney, Australia, and wore this, I would be sent home,” said someone else.
“You look beautiful, but I’d never be able to get away with wearing some of those skirts. Even when I wear a midi-length skirt, people look at how long it is,” one person wrote.