Edward Larkin, New Hampshire Professor, Keeps Job Despite Exposing Himself at Market



​In today’s installment of Great Moral Dilemmas of the Day, we take you to Milford, New Hampshire and the exposed penis of Edward Larkin, a German professor at the University of New Hampshire. A woman and her 17-year-old daughter were in a grocery store parking lot…

That’s when a man decided that the mom and daughter really wanted to see his wanger. So he pulled it out and exposed himself in a Market Basket parking lot.

The perv turned out to be Larkin, esteemed man of letters. He was convicted of indecent exposure.

The university tried to fire him. But now an arbitrator has ruled that he should keep his job, saying that while Larkin’s perviness may have constituted “moral delinquency,” it was not “moral
delinquency of a grave order,” the threshold for getting your ass whacked under the union contract.

On one hand, you can see the arbitrator’s take. Indecent exposure is pretty far down the ladder of great crimes. The problem is that anyone who exposes himself to a 17-year-old girl is a degenerate and a perv. Men of sound mind and values just don’t do that kind of shit.

And seeing as how Larkin is charged with educating young women, he’s probably not the kind of reprobate you want around your daughter.

So our question to you, dearest reader, is this: Should this guy still have a job?

See our last story from the Weird Teacher Watch file: Heather Jackson, Texas Teacher, Threatens to Sue Student Who Spurned Her Creepy Lust.