School sacks teacher for uploading bikini photos on Instagram

Yeimmy Ilias Isaza teacher

For Yeimmy Ilias Isaza, a teacher from Colombia with over 393,000 social media followers, school is officially out.

She was reportedly fired from her teaching position after administrators at her former school came across sexy photos of her on Instagram.

"It’s not just only believing in you, it’s about working on you," Isaza wrote under a photo of herself posing in a revealing gold bikini.

And this is just one of the many hot pictures of her.

In separate photos, Isaza poses in skimpy dresses, tiny bikinis and tiny underwear.

 

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"I think envy is one of the greatest evils of our time," wrote one of her followers.

Since being fired, Isaza is said to have already found a new position.

School admins reportedly said that Isaza’s online image “was not consistent” with workplace policies; thus, she got the boot.

 

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But her unceremonious exit from her teaching post sparked a cry of digital support from fans who found her hot attire inspiring rather than inappropriate.

“What a beauty! Don’t pay attention to those who criticize just to criticise,” commented an advocate.

And she's not the first to come under fire for posing on social media in sexy outfits.

In late August, a New Jersey elementary school art teacher came under fire from parents at her school for dressing in form-fitting clothes.

Patrice Brown was the first teacher to be fired because of the clothes she chose to wear. Photos of her teaching in clingy shirts, dresses and skirts were released online.

The 33-year-old recently told The Post newspaper that she continues to wear clothes that accentuate her curves despite being fired.

“Teachers are often bullied by the administration, parents, other teachers, and in higher grades, the students,” she said. “What teachers are wearing should not be the focus. The focus should be on the kids.”

 

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