Sting in the tale

10th September 2004 at 01:00
A mother waiting to collect her daughter on the third day of the new session at St Bridget's primary in Baillieston was taken aback when the child began shouting: "Mummy, the janny's a murderer."

Passions were calmed when investigation revealed that the janny's "victims" were wasps that had invaded the school grounds.

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