Bullies beat up student, victim puzzled why six attacked him

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 19 Jul 2005

SEREMBAN: Another school bullying case has surfaced here. This time, a Form Four student of SM Tunku Ampuan Durah was assaulted by some schoolmates while on his way home. 

Zul Fadli Mohd Azmin, 16, claimed he was assaulted by at least six students, which left him with a swollen eye and bruises on his body. 

The student claimed he was attacked for no apparent reason.  

“I was walking down the stairs when suddenly a senior asked me to follow him to the school field. 

BULLY VICTIM: The attack on Zul Fadli Mohd Azmin left him with a swollen eye and bruises on his body.

“Shortly after, a few others joined him and surrounded me before they repeatedly hit me.  

”My pleas for them to stop went unheeded. They only left after I fell to the ground,” he said, adding that he rushed home to inform his parents of the unprovoked attack. 

Zul Fadli said his father then accompanied him to see a supervisor who advised that he take his son to see a doctor first. 

“My father took me to the Seremban hospital, and we later lodged a report,” he said, adding that his father had vowed to get to the bottom of the matter and would meet the principal tomorrow. 

When contacted, Seremban deputy OCPD Supt Mohd Taib Latif said police had yet to receive a report on the incident.  

School officials could not be reached for comment.  

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