“I’m pretty lazy,” he conceded to local news station WEYI. Can’t lie — I like to rest in.”
But that changed when Towns called for reinforcement, reaching an Amazing Blanc Township Police Division school asset officer who as of late swung by the family’s home one morning before school.
“><div class=0"He wasn't terrible, he just idea he was going to not go to class again.”
The officer, who the news station did not recognize, “came to the entryway, thumped, at that point let him know ‘I’m here to take you to class and you are riding in back seat,’” she added.
Towns claims she had recently cautioned her child she would call the asset officer on the off chance that he didn’t get up. Thinking back, the 14-year-old presently says he shouldn’t have tried his mother’s patience.
“I don’t figure I ought to have pushed my mom’s limits since that is the 100th time I’ve done it this year,” he said.
“I did what I expected to do I would do it once more and like it,” Towns added.
Crystal Towns was not quickly accessible for input when reached by Fox News on Friday.