Let us not deny that cheating in school does have its own kind of special appeal. There's the thrill of finding out that the knowledge source next to us is holding the exact same exam, the satisfaction from getting plenty of information from just one quick, stealthy glance, the sense of gratitude when the smart ones don't abandon us and care enough to send a few helpful signals our way, and the utter joy when our marks turn out to be among the highest even though all we did the night before the exam was watch porn online.
But there's a chance that all of these things might not happen any more because now there's a special anti-cheating hat, a brand new paper-made invention with blinkers that prevent students from looking for answers elsewhere.
A photo showing students from Kasetsart University's Agro-Industry Faculty wearing cheat-prevention headwear during an exam has gone viral, not just within the country but appearing in many international news sites, including The Telegraph of London.
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