A student of Florida Atlantic University was arrested recently after he threatened to kill his professor on Twitter for scheduling an exam early in the morning.

An arrest report stated the threat came from the account "Cutie Claus @Ashelaniqua” and said "Bey I gern f------ kill dis professor bey this is my confession to a premeditated murder."

Police traced the threat message to 20-year-old Rafael Decomas and arrested him on Nov. 28. When questioned, Decomas said he was angry with his data structure professor for scheduling his exam for 7 a.m.

According to the arrest report, “Decomas advised that he was upset at the news since he lives in Riviera Beach and would need to wake up at 5 a.m.,” Sun-Sentinel reported.

"Decomas stated he did not intend to harm anyone and tweeted the post out of frustration. Decomas advised that he deleted the post soon after publishing it,” the report said, ABC Local 10 reported.

He was booked into the Palm Beach County jail and charged with written threats to kill. He was released on a $5,000 bond.

In a similar incident in November, a video showing a Maryland school student punching a teacher in the face went viral. The video showed two students arguing with the teacher when suddenly one of them backs away and the other hits the teacher.

Post the incident, Baltimore City Public Schools issued a statement saying, “School administrators at Frederick Douglass High School continue to investigate a physical altercation that took place today when a teacher was struck by a student following a verbal exchange. Ensuring a safe teaching and learning environment for our students and staff is paramount to City Schools. Upon reviewing the incident, school administrators will apply disciplinary action in accordance with Baltimore City Public Schools’ Code of Conduct.”

In another unrelated incident in October, a Georgia school student was arrested for stabbing a female teacher during class change. The eighth-grader called the teacher over to his desk and stabbed her in the chest with a butcher knife. The student also grabbed a female student before he was apprehended by a school resource officer. The teacher was transported to a hospital.

Mason Watler, another student who helped stop the teacher’s bleeding said, "I saw that she was bleeding, so I looked over and took off my jacket and put it where she was bleeding. He pulled over another student and had the knife by her face. He said that if anybody was videoing it, he was gonna kill her.”

The student was charged with “aggravated assault and having a weapon on school grounds.”

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