Zoom and other video-conferencing platforms have been the goto for students and their online classes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some schools are continuing online learning, while some schools are opening back up. Being that the classes are using a webcam and showing student’s rooms and home life, a bizarre thing happened during this Ecuadorian class session.
A student turned out to be the victim of a home break-in during the middle of a virtual class and it was all captured on camera. The students were listening to the instructor or not listening to him until they saw their classmate victimized, and they rushed to get his attention.
According to reports, four suspects were later arrested after the girl’s alert classmates were instrumental in notifying the teacher before calling the police.
La @PoliciaEcuador capturó de inmediato a los responsables del robo de una vivienda en Ambato. El hecho fue grabado en video, mientras una estudiante recibía clases en línea. #BuenTrabajoPolicíaEc #CombateAlDelito
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— María Paula Romo (@mariapaularomo) September 4, 2020
Romo wrote in a translated tweet. “The @PoliciaEcuador immediately captured those responsible for the theft of a home in Ambato. The event was recorded on video, while a student received classes online.”
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