A Sydney teacher has been charged after allegedly deliberately driving a car towards a group of high school students.
The incident involving a male teacher happened at a high school in Sydney’s southwest on Tuesday.
“Police will allege a man drove towards the students several times while they were playing basketball at the high school in Cabramatta about 3.20pm (local time),” a NSW Police statement said.
The statement also said the students had to move out of the way to avoid being hit.
Officers from the Fairfield City Police Area Command arrested a 30-year-old man at a home in Casula following inquiries.
The teacher was then taken to Liverpool Police Station and was charged with take action that results in emotional/intellectual damage and intimidation, according to police.
The teacher was granted conditional bail and will appear in Liverpool Local Court later this month.
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