DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A Dayton Public School substitute bus driver may see disciplinary action taken against her after she is accused of making an obscene gesture on Monday.
The driver, who has not been identified by name, is accused of lightly pulling a 7-year-old girl by her backpack and yelling at her after she did not respond when the driver talked to her, according to the girl’s father.
The bus driver reportedly asked for the girl’s name, and her father says the girl didn’t hear the driver.
After the driver started yelling, the girl’s father began recording the incident on his phone.
In the video, the driver tells the students to sit down and makes an obscene gesture to the father. She then says, “I hope you got a good picture of it,” and closes the door.
DPS officials are now reviewing possible disciplinary action for the substitute bus driver, who is accused of showing the middle finger and yelling with a parent in front of elementary students.