A teacher who was caught on video flipping off anti-lockdown protesters in Bend, Oregon over the weekend has just learned the hard way that messing with them was a very bad idea.

After the woman was identified as a teacher at the nearby Jefferson County School District 509-J, she was immediately placed on administrative leave as the incident is investigated by district officials, according to KTVZ-TV.

This came after a video went viral in which the deranged teacher began cursing out the peaceful protesters from her Subaru at the intersection of Northwest Greenwood Avenue and Northwest Wall Street.

“B****! Kill yourself!” the teacher could be heard screaming as her face mask dangled around her chin.

“I’m a f***ing teacher! I work in schools!” she continued. “F*** you! F*** you! I am a teacher! I teach students!”

She’s likely regretting this part of her rant now, however, as her career is what made her so easy for internet users to identify!

It was clear that the teacher was also accomplishing nothing with her foul rant, as the protesters only responded by turning up their volume. This only made the woman more mad as she screamed, “Our families are dying!”

At one bizarre moment, she seemed happy to notice that someone was filming her, as she waved to the camera with a maniac-like smile on her face.

“F*** all of you!” she finally screamed before speeding away as the protesters chanted, “USA! USA! USA!”

The clip quickly went viral after being posted to Twitter on Sunday. We must warn you that there is profanity:

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The woman was only identified as a first-year teacher, with district officials refusing to identify her name or the school and grade that she teaches.

“We are aware of the incident and are investigating,” said Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Ken Parshall.

He added that since the investigation is in its early stages, the teacher is on paid leave pending the outcome.