A world record-breaking juggler and maths teacher who slapped a female student’s thighs during a lesson in circus tricks has been struck off.
Pervy Benjamin Beever, 34, also bragged to students about fathering a female teacher’s baby and asked another pupil if her mother or sister was single.
He also screamed ”bollocks” at an IT assistant and grabbed a terrified 11-year-old boy by the wrist.
In 2008 he broke the world record for juggling 19 balls between two people at the European Juggling Convention in Karlsruhe, Germany.
On Monday he was found guilty unacceptable professional conduct at a disciplinary hearing General Teaching Council (GTC) in Birmingham.
He was struck off the teaching register and banned from re-registering for a minimum of two years.
Beever was working as a maths teacher at Knutsford High School, Cheshire, when he approached the girl in May 2006.
He was taking an after-school Juggling Club when he slapped the girl on the thighs and rubbed her stomach.
The panel heard Beever admitted rubbing her stomach ”to comfort her” and touching the upper part of her legs.
Beever was also accused of tickling the girl under the arms and her boobs but these allegations were not proved by the hearing.
On July 2, 2009 he grabbed a Year 7 student by his wrist and pushed him.
A similar incident also happened in June 2007 when he ”forcefully took hold of a Year 8 student’s wrist”.
In December 2007, Beever was ”aggressive and intimidating” towards an IT technician and used the word ”bollocks” in a ” ‘ row over his laptop.
Chairman of the panel Sashi Sivaloganathan told Beever: ”You failed to put the wellbeing, development and progress of children and young people first.
”You failed to establish and maintain appropriate professional boundaries in your relationships with children and young people.
”We believe that you are a genuine and honest person. We cannot find though that you have shown sufficient insight into the allegations we have considered.
”You have repeatedly sought to blame others for your failings and are not in tune with the standards required of today’s teaching profession.”
The panel also ruled that Beever acted ”inappropriately” by allowing students ”to climb and jump off a climbing wall without protective equipment”.
Beever was cleared of bragging to students that he was in a relationship with another member of staff.
Ms Sivaloganathan said: ”We have accepted that this comment was made by students rather than you, and we have no direct evidence that you made any comment in this regard.”
Beever, from Knutsford, Cheshire, has 28 days to appeal the decision.