Students in Kelantan school sent home early after alleged hysteria attacks

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  • Monday, 11 Apr 2016

KOTA BARU: Students at a secondary school here were allowed to leave school early after more than 10 students and a teacher allegedly suffered hysteria attacks.

More than 900 students in a school near here were allowed to leave at noon after the situation got worse when one student after another was struck with mass hysteria.

When contacted, a student affairs head denied that the students were overcome with hysteria and said that students were allowed to leave school at their usual time.

A Form Three student who declined to be named said one or two students were affected by hysteria since last week.

"This week, it got worse and more and more students were hit by hysteria.”

State Education Director Datuk Ab Aziz Abdullah could not be reached for comment.

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