A high school teacher in Conyers, Georgia has been arrested for simple battery on a student.
Cell phone video partially shows the incident, which happened in a full classroom last Friday.
The video shows the teacher, identified by the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office as 44-year-old Marquett Thin, yelling at a student.
"I ain't say s*** to you," the student said as he gathered his belongings, according to WSB-TV.
"Sit your ugly a** down!" Thinn yelled. "Sit down. Today ain't the day!"
Thinn then appears to push the boy to the ground.
The sheriff's office said the 14-year-old who was shoved later complained of wrist pain.
Following an investigation, Thinn was arrested and charged. He has since been released from jail on bond.
A spokesperson for the Rockdale School District said Tuesday was Thinn's last day of employment as a teacher.
The sheriff's office said its investigation is ongoing.
"The Rockdale County Sheriff's Office takes any crime involving a student with the utmost priority to assure parents, staff, and citizens of Rockdale County that our school system is a safe learning environment for their children," the office said in a statement, according to WSB.