It seems that kids nowadays are really growing up fast. When we were 14-years old, all we were concerned about was studying hard to make good grades in school fueled by the fear of our parents’ wrath.
But for one Form Two female student in Malacca, she has been keeping busy by having illicit sexual relations for at least a year.
According to The Star, the police have rounded up 13 boys within the ages of 13 and 21 who have been conducting “consensual” sex with the Form Two girl in the past one year. Her affairs were known after one of her school’s counselling teacher talked to one of her male classmates and he confessed to the teacher.
On Wednesday, the teacher interrogated the girl where she admitted that she had intimate sessions with the youths in various locations, from the classrooms, below staircases, prayer room, abandoned houses and her own home.
The young girl explained that the sexual relations were consensual and never for money. You should concentrate on your studies, girl!
After getting her full confession, the teacher brought her to the police station to lodge a report. As a result, the police arrested 11 boys between the age of 13 and 16 from three different schools and two suspects aged 21. They will be investigated under Section 376(1) and Section 377B of the Penal Code for rape and committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature.
Malacca CID chief Senior Asst Comm Kamaluddin Kassim said, “The girl has been sent for a medical test at Malacca Hospital and will be recommended for psychiatric evaluation.” Apparently she was transferred to her current Ayer Keroh school back in June 2016 because of disciplinary problems.
The concerned Malacca Action Group for Parents in Education (Magpie) chairman Mak Chee Kin reminded boys that even with consent, sex with girls under 16 years old is statutory rape.
Oh dear, what are the younger generation up to nowadays?
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