Crime seems to be starting at a young age nowadays. Recently, two secondary school students aged 16 and 17 were arrested by the police on Thursday in Kota Kinabalu at about 5pm.
The two students were caught for raping a 17-year-old female student.
China Press reported that the raping had actually occurred three months ago but the incident only came to light recently because the two boys had recorded the process. It appears that these two young criminals were caught because incriminating photos of the rape were leaked.
These images found their way into the disciplinary teacher’s hands and the two rapists and the victim were summoned to the office. It was reported that the assault took place on April 1, when the two suspects asked the victim to come to a small hut behind the school for a discussion.
When she arrived, both of them forcibly pulled her into the hut and locked the door before taking turns to rape her. After that, they threatened the girl and said if she told anyone about the incident, they would hurt her.
They also had the time to record the rape and these images were leaked on July 5. The police have detained the two boys for further investigation while the poor girl has been sent to the hospital for a checkup.
Oh dear, so young to commit such a horrendous crime!
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