Private school horror as students at a $40,000-a-year university reportedly torture and KILL a goanna on a school field trip
- Kings School students are said to have tortured and killed goanna
- Alleged crime occurred during a camping trip in March
- Police are investigating the alleged atrocity
Students at one of Australia’s most prestigious private schools are under investigation after they allegedly tortured and killed a native animal during a school trip.
Several students at The King’s School in Sydney, an elite private school that charges up to $40,000 in school fees, are said to have “decided it would be funny” to kill a monitor lizard while on a camping trip with cadets in late March.
The school has confirmed that the matter has been reported to the authorities.
NSW Police told NCA NewsWire they had begun investigating the alleged murder.
A spokesperson for The King’s School said in a statement that it was aware of the incident.
Several students at The King’s School in Sydney allegedly tortured and killed the native Australian animal
They allegedly ‘decided it would be funny’ to kill a monitor lizard during a cadet camping trip in late March
“There was an incident at The King’s School’s annual cadet camp towards the end of last semester,” it said.
“The school will not condone behavior that goes against the values and expectations of behavior at King’s.”
It is not yet known whether the students have received disciplinary action from the school.
The private school in Parramatta charges approximately $24,000 for pre-schoolers and up to $40,000 for 12th grade students.
An investigation is underway and anyone with information is asked to call The Hills Police of Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
The elite private school charges up to $40,000 annually in tuition for students