Is that really so bad though? Although capturing stuff like this on film immortalizes it in one sense, it also makes the memory disposable. A good story often gets funnier and more ridiculous with age, whereas a video that you can pull up instantly and watch ad nauseam becomes less and less interesting with every subsequent playthrough. I can’t remember all the details (this was in 2006), but the teacher had stepped out for about 15min for something and the kid decided he didn’t want to study. He was asked multiple times by his classmates to at least turn down the volume. He kept replying “fuck you guys”.
We both went to private schools so nobody ever really faces repercussions (especially the richer kids whose parents ‘donate’ a lot to the school). Unless you assault a teacher they only suspend people. Anyway, once word got out everyone nicknamed him “Temper Tantrum Trevor” or something along those lines. This is said all the time, but it’s worth repeating. If you are ever in a situation where you need someone to do something, do not do what this teacher did. Do not say “somebody goes to the office.” Pick someone out and say “you go to the office.” People in social psychology call this “diffusion of responsibility,” people are less likely to do something if other people are around. This also works the other way, if you hear someone say “somebody help,” be the person that understands this phenomenon and go and help.