A primary school teacher posted topless photos of herself on Facebook and ranted about pushy parents, despite her students being 'friends' with her on the social network.
The trainee teacher, from Singapore, has now been criticised for posting inappropriate material for all her eight-year-old pupils to see.
Her complaints about parents contacting her out-of-school hours have also raised eyebrows.
Ill-advised: A trainee teacher from Singapore has been criticised for posting inappropriate material on Facebook for her eight-year-old pupils to see
Writing on Facebook, complete with frequent grammatical mistakes, she said: 'Some parents just Think that teachers are free 24/7. Keep msging me about what topics to learn and when is it. Can't they just refer to their kids handbook and consent forms?!!
'I repeated in class, send out consent forms n even get them to write in handbook yet the cant even bother to check.
'I STill needa entertain them on school hol!!'
One upset mother, who identified herself only as Jane, has even taken to task her poor grasp of grammar, such as writing 'first price' instead of 'first prize'.
She told Singapore social network site Stomp: 'Initially, I was laughing at her lousy English that is full of grammatical errors. I was wondering how such a person can teach our future generation?
Upset: The unnamed primary school teacher also ranted about pushy parents
'However, things got more exciting when she started posting complaints about parents, followed by sexy photos of herself with her husband.
'She proudly shared these pictures with the world.'
Jane then questioned whether posting naked images of herself online for all to see is appropriate behaviour for a teacher.
She said: 'There are students in her Facebook account, and is it alright for the 8-year-olds to look at her half-naked body? I don't think so.
'Who would expect a studious looking teacher to be so daring to take such photos and then post it online.'- DM