Today's award goes to an Australian school for an unthinking, uncaring and utterly inappropriate memorial. An inquiry into a child-molesting teacher was told:
Mr Ashton said he was deeply confused by the attitude at the school where all were expected to pay tribute to an art teacher Bruce Barrett who had died young.
Mr Ashton said Barrett was a "notorious molester" but the school put up memorial gates at the back entrance to the Wahroonga school in his honour and bearing the inscription: "He touched us all".
There's more at the link. A tip o' the hat to Australian reader Snoggeramus for providing it.
I can only hope that whoever was responsible for this gets fired as soon as possible . . . but I suspect they won't. Bureaucrats are forever.