What is wrong with people!
A kindergarten teacher in Kuching was arrested for allegedly stapling the ears of a 4-year-old boy!
On Thursday (17th October), the boy’s parents came to pick him up from the kindergarten after school had ended. They then realised that there was a wound on their son’s ear, reported NST.
The wound looked like one that was created by a stapler as there were two holes- one hole was on the poor boy’s cartilage and another was near the ear lobe.
His parents suspected that he had been abused in school, so they went straight to the kindergarten principal to ask what happened. However, the principal merely apologised but never offered any explanations or details at all.
Furious, they went and asked the boy’s teacher, but she denied having anything to do with the wound. So, the boy’s parents went to lodge a police report the next morning (18th October) at 9.45am.
The police have since detained the 26-year-old teacher and she is being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt. At 11.45am on Friday, she was released on police bail.
Oh no, that sounds really painful! We hope that the authorities will get to the bottom of this case and justice will be served accordingly!
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