By Barbara Gauthier
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – A Muscogee County teacher is out of a job. He was removed from the classroom after outraged parents complained about his "foul" language.
Their son, a student at Carver High School, used his cell phone to record a verbal exchange -- that sounded like nothing you would expect to hear in homeroom.
"My mouth dropped, I couldn't believe it, I asked him twice was it really a teacher you know that was saying that," said father, Eddie Bruce.
Eighteen-year-old Danny Porch says it was indeed his teacher, Vincent Szentadorjany, talking in the recording at Carver last week.
Danny recorded the exchange on his cell phone and sent a copy of the recording to News Leader 9.
The 10th grader says it all began over a deck of cards that he was playing with.
Szentadorjany allegedly told Danny to put them away. Moments later, Danny says the teacher threatened to send him to the office and tell the principal that Danny had used a curse word.
"I pulled out my phone cause I thought about everybody in the class were going to say I said, the curse word. I just pulled out my phone so I could have proof that I didn't say it so I wouldn't get in trouble for the rest of the year," said Danny Porch.
Danny's parents were outraged when they heard the recording.