Victim for sexual harassment imprisoned because she took her boss who made immoral calls
Woman who reported her boss for sexual harassment is JAILED in Indonesia because she has recorded one of his immoral phone calls as evidence
- Baiq Nuril Maknun, 38, received filthy calls from the school principal in Lombok
- The Supreme Court on Thursday annulled her acquittal and sentenced her to six months
- Hit with almost £ 30,000 fine for sharing recordings of the vibrant audio of Principal
A woman was detained for six months in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on Thursday after she & # 39; pornographic & # 39; had shared phone calls from a boss she had reported for sexual harassment.
Following the custodial sentence, Baiq Nuril Maknun (38) was also hit by a fine of 500 million rupiahs (£ 28,285).
Maknun was a teacher on the island of Lombok and started shameful calls from the school director in 2012.
Baiq Nuril Maknun, pictured here in 2018, was jailed for six months yesterday for violating a controversial anti-pornography law after spreading a shot of her Sexually Violent Splitting Off (AFP)
Maknun decided to record some of them and pass the audio on to a third person.
The messages for Maknun also included a reminder of sexual acts he had performed with another member of staff.
Although she did not want to release the recordings, her friends persuaded her to draw attention to his behavior that was not limited to phone calls.
Maknun & # 39; s possibilities to appeal have now run out and she trusts the new president Joko Widodo, pictured here during his election victory speech, to take action on her behalf (file photo)
The director lost his job as a result and in 2015 he reported her to the police and she was tried under the strict anti-porn legislation of Indonesia.
The teacher was acquitted by a judge in Lombok, but the decision of the smaller court was overturned by the Supreme Court, meaning she cannot appeal again.
According to a spokesman for the court against CNA, her case was rejected because her crime was & # 39; proven legally and convincingly & # 39 ;.
Maknun & # 39; s lawyer said that her client will continue to fight the conviction and hopes that Indonesian President Joko Widodo will do something to intervene.
In 2008, Indonesia adopted its strict anti-porn legislation, largely supported by the country's Islamic hardliners.
Indonesians who & # 39; indecent & # 39; downloading or owning material can be beaten with four years in prison.
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