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Children lick their feet at a fundraising event for an American school

Children lick their feet at a fundraising event for an American school

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The superintendent of Deer Creek High School in Oklahoma issued a statement on Friday after a video went viral showing students licking others' bare fingers in a bizarre contest.

A video of Oklahoma high school students lying on the floor of a sports field and licking others' bare feet has sparked outrage. It later emerged that the students were given the task of licking peanut butter off their peers' feet as part of a fundraising event – Fox reports.

Students raised money for Not Your Average Joe Coffee for people with disabilities. According to the school custodian’s announcement, the sale includes 9-12. The year students participated, all on a voluntary basis and knew what they were going to be involved in long before the event took place. Teachers and school staff were not involved in the organization.

The announcement adds: Students raised nearly $153,000 (more than 55 million Hungarian forints) for Not Your Average Joe Coffee.

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