Sex video boys still at school

2011-10-21 08:37
Cape Town - A police officer has said that the sex video made by three Oudtshoorn high school boys was filmed on school property - in a dormitory and at a sports complex.

The boys were charged with statutory rape after making the tape with a 15-year-old girl, reported the Cape Argus.

They were arrested after the girl’s parents complained to police.

The three boys, who range from 16 to 18 years old, are still attending school, with the 18-year-old writing his matric exams.

An education spokesperson said the decision to suspend the boys was in the hands of the school’s governing body.

The school is apparently about to begin a disciplinary process.

There were two incidents relating to the video in May and September this year.

The case has been postponed to December. 

 

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