Virginia Student's Snow-Day Plea Triggers Online Furor

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A voicemail message laced with derogatory comments by the angry wife of a Virginia school administrator for a student who called their house about the lack of a snow day has caused an Internet furor.

Lake Braddock Secondary School senior Devraj "Dave" S. Kori, 17, on Thursday called the listed home telephone number of Dean Tistadt, chief operating officer for Fairfax County school system, asking why the schools were not closed because of the 3 inches of snow, the Washington Post reported.

In return he received a voicemail from Tistadt's wife, according to the report.

Click here to view the Washington Post report.

The minute-long message left by Candy Tistadt, in part according to the Washington Post, said: "How dare you call us at home! If you have a problem with going to school, you do not call somebody's house and complain about it."

At some points, the Washington Post reports, she uses the phrase, "snotty-nosed little brats."

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Kori saved the voicemail and posted it first on his Facebook profile and then on YouTube, according to the report.

It appears the original voicemail has been removed from YouTube by the user.