Teacher allegedly molests students with heartbeat check
Citing reports by Chinese-language Malaysian newspapers (Nanyang Siang Pau, Sin Chew Daily and China Press), The Star (an English-language Malaysian paper) said that the incident occured last Friday in a secondary school in Ampang, Selangor.
Eleven Form Three female students made police reports against the aforementioned teacher.
They claimed that he touched their chests on the pretext of checking their heartbeats. They asserted that he touched them several times (not just once) and inserted his hand into their blouse pockets to supposedly check for handphones.
The accused teacher was taken into police custody.
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