Seven-year-old suspended from school for throwing imaginary grenade

A seven-year-old in Colorado has been suspended from his elementary school for “throwing” an imaginary grenade during a harmless make-believe game he was playing called “rescue the world.”

The boy claimed he was, in fact, simply trying to rescue the world, reports the New York Daily News. But officials at Mary Blair Elementary School, in Loveland, Colo., said playing with a weapon, the pretend grenade in this case, whether imaginary or real, is unacceptable on school grounds.

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