After Alleged 'Perky' Comment About Female Student's Body A Florida history teacher is out of the classroom after allegedly telling a 13-year-old student she had “nice, perky tits” in front of the class. The student accused William Musto, 44, of making the inappropriate comments about her body last Friday at Discovery Intermediate School in Poinciana, Fla. While the victim’s mother says she is filing a police report, some students are coming to Musto’s defense. "He didn't do anything! He just corrected someone about a dress code," one emotional student said. "He acts like a kid. He tries to be cool with the kids. Sometimes words just come out and it's too much," another student said. Osceola County School District will not release Musto’s disciplinary record, but some students told wftv.com that last Christmas Musto dressed up as Santa and had girls sit on his lap.
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