A teacher from Vancouver is making waves for all the wrong reasons. Klaus Hardy Breslauer has been suspended for making some shocking comments to his students, including racist, homophobic, and hyper-sexual remarks. As a result, he's facing a three-day B.C. teacher suspension, as ruled on May 12.\nThe majority of offences took place during the 2017/2018 school year when he was teaching Science 9, Science 10, and Physics 11 at an undisclosed school, according to the report posted by the British Columbia Commissioner for Teacher Regulation.\nThe laundry list of offences gets more and more unbelievable.\nAccording to the report, Breslauer told a student that if they didn't want to be there in his class, they should go to a chicken farm and pluck chickens.\nHe also attacked students of diverse backgrounds with racially-charged comments.\nFor example, a student whose father was from Iran was told that if they didn't get good grades, they'd be sent into a minefield.\nHe told exchange students that they should go back to their country and work on "rice farms," the report reads.\nBreslauer also asked a Japanese student whether their failure to answer a question correctly was because they were watching too much hentai.\nAnother student got told to go back to the Philippines if they were not prepared to try in class.\nHis behaviour did not stop there. The teacher also told suspected cheaters that they deserved to meet cheaters later in life and get sexually-transmitted diseases.\nHe also refused a student's request to go to the bathroom, saying "you cannot run away from life's problems."\nIt also seems he kept a collection of about 700 memes on his school computer, many of which are being called racist, sexist, homophobic, and transphobic in the report.\nApparently, he even made some of them himself and shared many with students.\nAs a whole, the report proves that this Vancouver teacher was known for sharing way too much information with his students, including details of his sex life, his past job as a bouncer, and his gambling history.\nHe also posted a photo on his public Facebook page of him and his wife appearing naked behind newspapers.\nThe report concludes by saying that a "three-day suspension is an appropriate consequence" for his actions. It also noted that Breslauer got disciplined previously as well for his inappropriate comments in class.\nThe article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.