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By By Minyvonne Burke
Mother of a Primary Student in Los Angeles Claims Her son had to urinate in his classroom in a trash can and then carried garbage bags to cover his wet clothes ,
"No child deserves to be treated that way," said Sonia Mongul at a news conference on Thursday.  Mongul said the alleged incident occurred in November when her eight-year-old son asked his teacher at the Manhattan Place Elementary School in Los Angeles if he could use the restroom and was told that he could not walk during class ,
When the child said he could not wait any longer, the teacher reportedly told him to go into a dustbin outside the room, Mongul said.
"He got some urine in the process." He went to the nurse's office "He did not get any help," she said, at which point the little boy got garbage bags to carry over his wet clothes, Mongul said. that they had never been alerted by the school to the incident.
The Manhattan Place Elementary School did not respond immediately to the NBC News request
A spokesman for the Los Angeles Unified School District said Thursday in a statement that investigating the matter and briefing law enforcement officials on Mongul's request.
"Los Angeles Unified takes all the concerns of the safety and well-being of being -very serious students," the district said. "Los Angeles Unified is also leading Due to confidentiality laws, we are currently unable to provide further details. "