Russian professor forces students to take 23-hour exam

Around 15 Russian students may have now seen the chaos theory at work after sticking out (and failing) a 23-hour nuclear physics exam proctored by their allegedly drunk and belligerent professor, The Huffington Post reports.

According to RIA Novost, a Russian media outlet, Kazan University students said that their physics professor, Landysh Zaripova, “stank of alcohol” and forced the students to listen to her prattle on about her business and wardrobe during her long-winded oral examination.

She refused to allow students to leave the room for any reason – not even to go to the bathroom or grab some food. The exam began at 10 a.m. on June 26 and lasted until 9 a.m. the following morning.

“Towards the end, everyone was just sitting there, totally exhausted,” one student said, according to RIA Novost. “The lecturer would go into another room, drink, come back and start telling us about her business.”

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