Written by: Ling Yide
Last update date: 2021-06-09 17:07
A school bullying case occurred in Caritas St. Joseph's Secondary School in Tsing Yi.
It is understood that on May 27, a Form One boy of the school suspected of having a dispute with someone over the "problem of knowing girls". As a result, he was beaten by many people. During the period, some people filmed the film. Afterwards, the footage was circulated on the Internet and he saw the victim. Once on his knees begged for mercy, but the assailant did not stop.
Afterwards, the victim asked the school social worker for help.
After investigation, the police arrested 4 students (3 females and 1 male), aged between 14 and 15 years, on June 5 and 7 on suspicion of ordinary assaults.
It is reported that the arrested persons included classmates of the victim. Among them, the arrested boy was arrested earlier in a case of drenching marked oil.
Caritas St. Joseph's Secondary School responded today (9th) that it was found through social platforms on June 3 that a student in the school was beaten, and after understanding the authenticity of the incident, it assisted the parents to report to the police.
As the police officially followed up the incident, the school stated that it was unable to disclose information about the incident.
From an 8-second edited clip circulated on the Internet, it can be seen that the boy involved was first slapped vigorously by a long-haired girl with his right hand, and his mask was beaten to shift, covering his eyes, and the victim wanted to remove the mask. When he was pulled, he was slapped on the face by another long-haired girl. In addition to being slapped, the victim boy was kicked or pushed by other boys. He once knelt on the ground with his hands folded and kept begging for mercy.
A junior high school student at Caritas St. Joseph's Middle School was beaten by classmates for suspected "fighting for girls".
The clip saw 2 female classmates slapped the victim on her knees and begged for mercy
The police responded that they received a report last Thursday (3rd) that a 13-year-old boy was suspected of being assaulted by hand at a school in Tsing Yi on May 27. The boy suffered minor facial injuries and refused to be sent. Hospital governance.
The sixth team of the Kwai Tsing Police District Criminal Investigation Team took over the investigation. After the investigation, officers arrested a boy and 3 girls, aged between 14 and 15 years, on suspicion from Saturday to Monday (5th to 7th). Ordinary attack.
The arrested men and women have been released on bail pending further investigation and must report to the police in late June.
Caritas St. Joseph's Middle School responded in writing today (9th) stating that on June 3, the school found that a student had been slapped in the school through social platforms, and immediately notified the students' family members to come to the school to understand the incident.
The school stated that it is extremely concerned about the incident, and will never tolerate and tolerate any form of bullying, and after understanding the authenticity of the incident, it will immediately assist the parents to report to the police.
The school is currently in contact with the police and parents, while arranging social workers to follow up on students' emotions.
Kwai Chung Secondary 4 black student suspected of being dissatisfied with being arrested for being late for slapped and bullying classmates
School child bullying｜School uniform girl suspected of refusing to borrow 100 mosquito ladders, slapped and abused by classmates, police detained 4 girls
School child bullying︱13-year-old girl was slapped and insulted by her classmates on the stairs. The school: will not tolerate toleration
Girls in Shek Pai Wan Village were slapped and arrested by many people, 4 men and women involved in ordinary assaults, the youngest is 13 years old
Bullying Campus Bullying Ordinary Attack 01 Video I'm Home