Officials at Adam Road Primary School in Western Australia gave Amber Rome, 12, detention for hugging a classmate after the bell rang. The school adopted a "no hugging" policy last year after some parents claimed their children were harmed by excessive hugging and others said their children were left out of the hugging.
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