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Sixth grade students disciplined for force feeding classmate glue and erasers

By jubilantj   Tuesday, July 26, 2016   26,053   154   93



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The cruel way grade school students bullied their classmate by allegedly forcing-feeding her erasers and glue belatedly came to light in the media. 

On July 26, YTN reported that Gyeonggi Province's Siheung Department of Education held an ad-hoc committee this past July 18 on an incident involving three students and their alleged abuse against a fellow classmate. 

It was discovered that this past May, three sixth graders blindfolded their classmate and proceeded to force-feed her salt and grass during a work-study session. 

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Further, the parents of the victim claim that the bullies abused their daughter a total of 17 times, allegedly forcing her to eat erasers, glue, and paper. The abuse didn't end there as they also humiliated her by lifting her skirt. 

The committee ruled for the students to draft apologies, complete five hours of special education, and transfer to different classes. 

However, the victim's parents are demanding for the bullies to transfer to a different school altogether because of the severe mental distress suffered by their daughter. 

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hiroonakamura Wednesday, July 27, 2016

they should line up the bullies in front of the school for 24 hours and let people bully them... that will make them never bully anyone ever again.

Nutella_is_life hiroonakamura Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Where on earth were you taught?

hiroonakamura Nutella_is_life Thursday, July 28, 2016

in the school of life.

LordLiar18 Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Poor girl!! Being bullied is really sad. Hope she's gonna recover from these bad experiences. As for the Bullies, the school should definitely expel them and send them to another school to protect the girl.

melon Wednesday, July 27, 2016

How come her parents know about this and didn't do anything right at the start. They also didn't consider moving their daughter? It's easier to move their daughter than move all the bullies right. Since they used the world bullies. There's more than 1 kid. If it was me I would take immediate action and remove my child.

D_BoyYoongi melon Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Yeah get where ur coming from but the parents would be like "My child did nothing wrong why would she have to move?" I also think that way too. But ti would be easier to move the victim.

pink_oracle melon Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Schooling in some countries is competitive, moving isn't as simple as saying my child is attending here now. Also some countries have school catchment area systems where kids can only attend schools within a certain distance from their home, which would also make swapping schools extremely difficult.

Fayolia Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The parents are right

MaryScary Wednesday, July 27, 2016

why does korea not take bullying seriously? if it were my school, they would get expelled immediately :/

whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016

if that were my child....

chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

ok but they aren't gonna feel bad or repent or whatever. this is so stupid and korea knows it. the victim of bullying is never listened to, especially if more than one person gangs up on them. my guess is that this victim was not only a victim of bullying by these two students, but was also shunned from the rest of the class. it's how bullying works in korea and to hear that elementary schoolers do this?? disappointed, but not surprised.

whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016


chaelicen whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016

nah. the real bully there was the one who left [forgot her name whoops]

whateverthecase chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

nice try

chaelicen whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016

?? lmao have you looked at the proof?? it's complete bs... ps even if the bullying case in t-ara was true, that's a case of 은따 - shunning, while this would be a case of physical violence. so i really don't see your point.

whateverthecase chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

I didn't make a point though... I wrote "T-ara"

chaelicen whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016

ah, then. the point of your comment[s].

whateverthecase chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

I write whatever I want because I want to

chaelicen whateverthecase Wednesday, July 27, 2016

i didn't attack your freedom of speech. i just wondered, why is there such a irrelevant comment as a reply under yours. lmao you can write what you want to, i don't really care.

whateverthecase chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

clearly you care. You replied....

Nutella_is_life Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Sixth Graders? What the hell!?!?! This sounds like some serious fiction sh*t!

Baekk97 Tuesday, July 26, 2016

I feel really bad for that girl. The punishment given to those boys isn't enough, they can still bully her and it'll be even worse now, because they'll blame her for getting them into trouble.

bangeryun94 Baekk97 Tuesday, July 26, 2016

I don't believe they were boys who bullied her.

chaelicen bangeryun94 Wednesday, July 27, 2016

it was most definitely girls. or most likely anyway. the two genders don't tend to mix socially too much in elementary school [6th grade is elementary in korea]

bangeryun94 chaelicen Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Was your comment actually addressed to the OP? I'm Korean and have some knowledge of middle schoolers.

Baekk97 bangeryun94 Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Oh sorry, I thought the bullies were boys. You are right, thanks for the clarification.

chaelicen bangeryun94 Thursday, July 28, 2016

oh yeah, sorry. i just reply to the most recent comment lol.

bangeryun94 chaelicen Thursday, July 28, 2016

No problem

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