Bus Surveillance

Clive Aaron Gill

 “Did you hear about the school bus drivers?”

“What happened?” Nunila’s co-worker, Jessica asked. Both worked in the cafeteria.

“They drove a football team to a high school game on a Friday night. During the game, they taped the camera lens in the bus and locked the doors. But the camera’s audio system was still working.”

“And…”

“The next week, the Personnel Director called them into her office. She accused them of violating district policy.”

“What did they say?” Jessica asked.

“They denied any fault. The Director said, ‘Do you want to listen to the audio that was on the bus?’”

Jessica raised her eyebrows. “Then what?”

“Both said, ‘No’ and resigned.”


Clive Aaron Gill’s short stories have appeared in numerous Internet magazines.
Born in Zimbabwe, Clive has lived and worked in Southern Africa, North America and Europe. He received a degree in Economics from University of California, Los Angeles and lives in San Diego.

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