Two students were deported because they forced 77 other students to eat human stools at a Catholic school in Indonesia
Two students are deported because they force 77 other students to eat human feces at a Catholic school in Indonesia
- Younger students were forcibly fed with a spoon in East Nusa Tenggara province
- The despicable event took place at the Catholic seminar of the Mother of All Nations
- The school has apologized and confirmed that both students have been deported
Two senior students at a Catholic school in Indonesia were deported after 77 young students had fed human stools with a spoon.
The humiliating act took place at the Catholic seminar of the Mother of All Nations in the southern Indonesian province of East Nusa Tenggara.
The majority of the younger group was only 12 years old.
An unnamed elderly student found a plastic bag filled with droppings in the changing rooms of the seven-year-old students.
When none of the younger students answered how the bag got there, he reportedly picked up a spoon and had the whole class eat excrement against their will.
Two senior students at a seminar in Indonesia were deported after 77 young students had human droppings to eat that they found in a bag in the dressing rooms of the seven-year-old students
An unnamed boy said: “We just admitted it and accepted it. It was disgusting, but we couldn’t resist. “
Local media reports said the stools belonged to a seven-year-old student who could not reach the toilet in time and instead relieved himself in the plastic bag.
The class was told not to mention the incident, but a student reported the bullies to his parents, who then filed a complaint with school leaders.
A boy named Arnold claimed that the older students had physically abused them in the past.
Headmaster Father Deodatus Du’u said the seminar had apologized to the parents and confirmed that both students responsible for the incident have been driven out.
The Commissioner of the Indonesian Child Protection Commission urged the parents of the victims to turn the case into a police case
However, he also seemed to justify their actions.
“The term” food “used by the media is inaccurate. What actually happened was that one of the seniors touched the lips and tongues of the seventh-year students with a stool-filled spoon, “he said.
Retno Listyarti, Commissioner of the Indonesian Commission for the Protection of Children (KPAI), suggested that the two students may even experience legal problems under child protection legislation, and urged the parents of the victims to start a police case. to make.
“The KPAI expresses concern about the 77 students who were forced to eat stools,” Listyarti said.