An Arizona bus driver has been placed on leave after an investigation into his alleged refusal to let elementary school kids off the bus.

The driver allegedly locked 40 Dysart Elementary School children in the bus for being too loud. All the while, angry parents called 911 and tried to pry open the bus door.


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“Your kid will get off the bus when I’m done with them,” the driver said on the video.

Meanwhile, kids can be heard screaming, “Help us, help us,” and “I want my daddy!”


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As the situation escalated, the driver decided to take off, and the bus went into chaos.

"Step away from the bus," said the driver to a parent.

Those parents called the police, and officers met with the driver, and the kids were finally released to their parents.

Watch the surveillance video above.