Parents in Pennsylvania are outraged at the school authorities for handing out erotic Fifty Shades of Grey word search puzzles to middle school students.
According to Pittsburgh's local ABC affiliate, parents brought up the incident during a Monessen School District board meeting and have lodged a complaint against the school district, Us magazine reported.
The word search puzzles allegedly included words like 'bondage', 'submissive', 'leather cuffs', and 'spanking', and while the school district officials are looking into the matter, the culprit is still unknown.
A parent named James Carter said that his son had told him that it was a teacher who passed out the puzzles, and he thinks that it was inappropriate for 8th grade level to be doing this.
Carter added that the principal refused to talk when he attempted to question and record their conversation about issue.
The film adaptation of the erotic best-selling novel by E.L James starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson is set to be released on February 13.