A Jordan High student was charged by Columbus police after he acted up in class, reports state.
James Williams, 18, faces one count of disorderly conduct, police said.
According to reports, Williams refused Tuesday morning to obey his teacher. He kept flipping the light switch, disrupting the class. He also broke a yardstick and shredded paper onto the floor.
Police say Williams also took the plastic liner out of a trash basket and put it over his head. When the liner was taken from him, he then put the trash basket over his head.
The teacher asked that Williams be charged, reports state.