A little boy and his parents were subjected to vile racist slurs by another mum at a primary school end-of-term play, they have claimed.
Dad Roger Tshibangu claims his two sons have been the target of racist bullying from other children and even a parent at Chapel Street Primary School in Levenshulme.
Roger, 43, says teachers at the school failed to act after his sons David, 11, and Rafael, 8, say they were taunted in the playground because of the colour of their skin.
The dad-of-four said the problem escalated when David told him a mum, who he believes to be the parent of one of the bullies, made offensive remarks towards him and a friend outside the school on Monday.
Roger, who is originally from The Congo, said:
David had been due to take on the lead part in the end of school term play, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, on Monday night.But after the incident David was reluctant to go back into school and perform.
After the show David showed his parents who the woman was.Roger’s wife, Marie, decided to confront her and ask her about the incident. But the couple claim Marie was met with another racist tirade.
Roger, from Levenshulme, says he has been forced to take the matter in his own hands and report the incident to the police.
The school's headmaster confirmed to the Manchester Evening News that he was "aware of the incident" at the play.
And GMP said:
Inspector Liam Boden from GMP’s City of Manchester team said: