Irate boyfriend posts nude pix of schoolgirl on the Web

  • Nation
  • Friday, 15 Mar 2013

THE nude photographs of a Singaporean schoolgirl were widely circulated on the Internet after she broke up with her boyfriend, reported Sin Chew Daily.

The schoolgirl, whose age is unknown, had earlier taken the nude pictures of herself and sent them to her boyfriend as “a gift”.

However, following a heated argument with the girl, the boyfriend and his friends uploaded two photographs which had parts of her body pixelated on Facebook.

The photographs had since drawn over 10,000 viewers in just two days.

Instead of criticising the boyfriend, some Netizens had taken to condemning the schoolgirl for taking and sending the photographs.

> Guang Ming Daily reported that a woman in Hong Kong delivered a healthy baby boy in a taxi which was rushing her to a hospital.

During the incident on Tuesday, both the woman and her husband had hailed the taxi after she started experiencing contractions at home despite her due date on April 1.

However, on the way to the hospital, the woman told the driver she could feel the baby coming.

Knowing that the hospital was still far away, the quick-thinking driver sped towards the Mongkok district police station to seek help.

Some female police officers later helped to deliver the baby inside the taxi while others formed a barricade around the vehicle to prevent any onlookers.

The woman delivered a healthy baby boy.

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