HM slits throat after showing kids porn


  • Nation
  • Friday, 13 Nov 2015

Compiled by VINCENT LIAN, CRYSTAL CHIAM SHIYING and R. ARAVINTHAN
 

A PRIMARY school headmaster in Tamil Nadu slit his own throat after being beaten up by parents for showing pornographic materials to female students, Tamil Nesan reported.

The 58-year-old man was a headmaster in a public school in Salem district with an enrolment of about 120 students.

On that day, he had apparently called a few girls into a classroom and showed them pornography on his laptop.

He also allegedly molested some of them.

The infuriated parents, who found out about it, went to the school with several villagers and beat him up.

He managed to push them out of the room and locked the door.

By this time, the group had grown into a mob with people gathering outside the school after the news spread.

Fearing that he would be lynched, he reportedly slit his own throat.

He was sent to the hospital and police later arrested him.

> SJK (T) Kajang has emerged champion in a general knowledge competition among 400 Tamil schools, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Three students from the school beat 87 others from 29 schools in the final round to win the competition.

School headmaster and Tamil school headmasters association secretary John Posko said the students had shown their abilities in many educational and sports competitions.

The competition, organised by Sigaram Foundation Malaysia, was held at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang.

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