A new program at Portland State has been drawing visitors from around the world, even though some of its lessons have a swimming lesson that students cannot participate in.
In the spring, a group of students at the school in Portland, Oregon, had the opportunity to participate in a swim lesson in a pool at the Portland Aquarium.
The group of about 10 students was led by a team leader and the instructor.
The pool is open to the public and the group was encouraged to take a break while they waited for their group to get underway.
After about a half hour, the team leader said he thought the pool was too cold and decided to switch to a more comfortable setting.
But the instructor didn’t take it well, according to the students, and they began yelling and cursing at each other, according, to a report from The Oregonian newspaper.
After a few minutes, the group started swimming and it was clear the instructor was frustrated with the team and the students.
The instructor then walked over to the student and slapped him on the back, according the report.
The students and the instructors were eventually separated.
The students left the pool and went to the locker room to change.
The team leader went back into the pool, got the students back in the locker rooms and left, according a statement from the school.
The swim team’s coach, who was not identified, later told the Portland Tribune that the swim team had not taken part in the program for a week.