(CNET) — Schools aren't there just to teach kids a lesson. They exist to teach parents a thing or two as well.
This seems, at least, to be the attitude of a group of schools in Cheshire, England, which is fed up with underage kids playing overblown games such as "Grand Theft Auto" and "Call Of Duty."
So fed up is the Nantwich Education Partnership that it has written to parents of kids in 16 schools. The letter said that if they don't start policing their childrens' games, they might be getting a visit from the men and women in blue.
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As Britain's Sunday Times reports (paywall), the letter explains that playing such games could lead to "oversexualized behavior" on the part of kids.