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A third grader is asked by an unknown man to send a picture of her body

By alim17   Wednesday, April 27, 2016   19,501   111   84



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Recently, a father posted a situation onto an online community after becoming concerned about his daughter's possible encounter with a pedophile.

He wrote, "My big daughter, a third grader in elementary school, got to know a man through a game and was advised on what pictures to take and send him.  I bought my daughter in her third year of elementary school a smart phone, and while she played a game on it, she got to know a man who stubbornly asked my young daughter for a picture of her body.  In the end, my daughter was unable to refuse his request and sent him a picture.  I'm curious what is the best method I can take to handle that man."

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It looks like the man could be punished for possession of the picture according to Article 11 Section 5 of the rules regarding the protection of children and youth.  A legal expert stated, "If he had given the picture in question to another person or even profited through selling it, he could receive additional punishment."

The response from netizens to this situation online showed their immense anger at the man taking advantage of the little girl like that. 

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eslur97 Monday, May 23, 2016

The father sounds suspicious like really how dumb of a question is that! 😒

BigBlueagain Thursday, April 28, 2016

"I'm curious what is the best method I can take to handle that man" My solution would be 15 minutes in a locked room with him, no witnesses and complete amnesty for me. :)

KpopPRs (Banned) Thursday, April 28, 2016

Why give a 3rd grader a smartphone or any phone for that matter? You're breeding her to be an uninteresting sack of shit.

eager_beaver Thursday, April 28, 2016

Is anyone surprised? This happens all the time, thousands of times every single day. Be sensible and careful when surfing on-line.

mydeerlikesbacon Thursday, April 28, 2016

The father should have monitored what his daughter was doing anyway. Hope the man gets caught.

fairypanda Thursday, April 28, 2016

I have a phone since 3rd grader, BUT its a phone that only can send message and call, phone nowadays makes it easier to connect with stranger

heyjude00 fairypanda Friday, April 29, 2016

I agree. Growing up I only had phones that only text and call. But that doesn't mean the kid should be punished. The fact is she didn't know anything. She was using it for games. When you give your kid a phone like that it falls on the parent to teach them that there are predators online so never ever send them so and so.

fairypanda heyjude00 Friday, April 29, 2016

yeah and I think her parents not telling her the danger of meeting stranger yet, my parents always told me to never answer stranger

Tif_fany423 Wednesday, April 27, 2016

"I'm curious what is the best method I can take to handle that man." instead of handling that man, maybe you should pay more attention to your daughter..that's just plain negligence. No one should just give a phone to a 3rd grader without parental supervision. ridiculous.

BornEpik Tif_fany423 Thursday, April 28, 2016

Agreed. The man is at fault, but the child should of been taught to know better than sending a picture of their body to a stranger.

yoruclaw BornEpik Thursday, April 28, 2016

That's true. But why wasn't the child taught? Because her father didn't teach her. Now we're back to square one.

BornEpik yoruclaw Thursday, April 28, 2016

Haha yes, basically the reason the child should've been taught - the father!

heyjude00 yoruclaw Friday, April 29, 2016

YES. I hate it when people blame the kid. SHE WAS USING IT FOR GAMES. She obviously didn't know right? Stop saying "well she should've known blah blah" the parent's to blame. Period.

chaelicen Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Okay there are a lot of people saying "Why does a 3rd grader have a smart phone?" but as someone who lived in Korea as an elementary student, I can tell you that it is more than common to have a smartphone at a younger age there. Why? Because often after school, kids go out to eat or hang out with their friends and have more freedom in terms of what they can do by themselves. Just thought I'd explain. And this is disgusting. My younger sister is this age and I cannot imagine... ugh. But with Korea's laws I doubt this man will be given a long sentence if caught.

leatherandlace Wednesday, April 27, 2016

ew wtf

lotsofonigiri Wednesday, April 27, 2016

This dude is so disgusting! I never have a phone till middle school XD

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