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Eighth-grade science teacher suspended for “Big Sausage Pizza” porn past

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Thirty-one-year-old Stacie Halas, an eighth-grade science teacher at Richard B. Haydock Intermediate School in Oxnard, California, was placed on paid administrative leave this week, after students began gossiping that their teach could be seen in a number of X-rated film clips online. Administrators substantiated the rumors after checking out Halas getting it on with a delivery man for "Big Sausage Pizza" (not an actual pizza place), using smartphones to bypass school filters.

The school district is currently investigating the case, but the investigation has pretty much already been conducted by the blogosphere. Halas can apparently be seen in videos (using the stage name "Tiffany Six") on websites such as Sexbot.com. Said district superintendent Jeff Chancer:

"Maybe it's not a crime as far as the penal code is concerned, but we feel it's a crime as far as moral turpitude is concerned. We're trying to determine if there's a nexus on what she does on her own time, and what she does in the classroom."

We've seen these cases before, and while I understand the concern over the potential classroom disruption that an adult-film background can pose, the puritanical righteousness on display never fails to amuse.

The Oxnard School District invited parents to a board meeting on Wednesday to discuss the scandal, but not a single parent from Haydock Intermediate School showed up, though parents and teachers from other school districts were in attendance, citing their "moral obligation" to be there.

The inevitable fake Twitter account has also appeared, featuring a photo of the Tiffany Six persona. Examples of Tweets include: "Tiffany Six, Stacie Halas, it doesn't matter. What matters is that we educate our children. Sex is to be celebrated," "There's nothing wrong with SEX!" and "What does it say about our (economy, state, priorities) when a teacher has to work a night job to keep food on the table?"