A 19-year-old student from Kurla city in central Xinjiang, an autonomous territory in north-west China, paid a 35-year-old prostitute for sex in order to reduce his academic stress, Kwong Wah Yit Poh repor-ted.
The teenager, known as Xiaojun, who is sitting for the National College Entrance Examination, was nabbed by local police at 3am on Tuesday during an anti-vice raid.
An unnamed police officer said when they reached the scene, Xiaojun was seen to be nervously leaving the building.
â€œWe stopped him and brought him to the room, and found a 35-year-old woman who admitted that she had sex with Xiaojun earlier,â€ said the police officer, adding that the teenager later confessed that he sought sexual services to reduce his examination stress.
He said even though Xiaojun would have been remanded for 13 days, the police decided to release him to enable him to sit for his examinations.
> A mother is seeking RM10,000 in compensation from her sonâ€™s computer class teacher for beating her child two weeks ago, reported Guang Ming Daily.
It was learned that the teacher, who is also the boyâ€™s caretaker, had beaten him after he molested a Year Two pupil twice, including lifting up her skirt and touching her buttocks, and disturbing her in class at a school in Mantin, Negri SemÂbilan.
The mother posted six photographs of her sonâ€™s injuries on Facebook, claiming he was beaten by the teacher on May 27.
She also claimed that the teacher had apologised to her and she had met the schoolâ€™s senior assistant and committee, as well as the computer school that employed the teacher.
It was reported that the lessons at the school are outsourced to a private company.
The teacher is not a member of the school staff.
Despite an apology and an explanation for the reasons behind the punishment, the mother insisted that the teacher pay RM10,000 in compensation, prompting the teacher to make a police report. – The Star Online
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