Crazy World: Kids get porn sweets in school

Parents outraged to find their children being handed out 'explicit' chocolates

AUSTRALIA: Parents are disgusted after discovering what their children brought back home. At a Mother's Day function organised by a school, children were given 'explicit novelty chocolates'. Basically the chocolate packs were shaped like different private parts of the human body.

Some even depicted couples in an intimate position, said Australian news website news.com.au. The chocolate packets were given out in transparent bags for all to see exactly what the kids were carrying.

Parents were horrified and even some children did double-takes when they realised the content of the packets.

After almost all parents complained about the shape of sweets, it came to light that they were probably leftover from the previous year's adult all-girls' party that was organised on Mother's Day, a charity function.

The school management said that they did not know anything about the saucy confectionery, since the handouts were prepared by the parents for the parents.

 


Boy, 17, who saw his mother raped, burnt alive

INDIA: A teenager was burnt alive in the Indian state of Bihar by a group of men who werre accused of raping his mother. The boy was the only person who had witnessed his mother's gang rape.

The incident occurred a few days before he was supposed to testify in court against those accused of raping his mother, reports news agency IANS.

Some of those accused of raping his mother, entered the boy's home in broad daylight and set him on fire. Even a day after the merciless killing, the police were unable to arrest anyone.

The boy had been receiving death threats from the rapists. He was repeatedly told not to testify against them in court.

The boy's mother had been gangraped in 2006. She was heart broken over the killing and has no hopes of getting justice.

 


Dad arrested for assaulting daughter

INDIA: Even the jaded police officers of the Indian state of Bihar were shocked when a 17-year-old girl accused her father of trying to rape her. At the time of the incident, the girl was alone with her father at home and other family members were away, reports news agency Press Trust of India.

The villager assaulted the girl and had the intention of raping her but the daughter managed to evade her father and run for help.

 

Teenager branded 'lovesick' dies of tuberculosis

BRITAIN: In an utter case of negligence, a 15-year-old girl died of tuberculosis after doctors failed to diagnose her correctly. Her GP even branded her lovesick after accusing her of pining away for her boyfriend, reports Daily Mail.

Doctors told the dying teenager that her physical problems were simply a manifestation of her mental problems. She was even advised to consult a spiritual healer or a psychiatrist.

The family called the girl's GP more than 50 times in a four-and-a-half month duration in desperate attempts to find out what was ailing her. They did the rounds of four hospitals and consulted five other doctors. They all failed to detect the disease that is curable now.

One of the doctors even accused the parents of being too protective of their daughter. He refused to test her for tuberculosis and said they were mollycoddling her.

The doctors accused the parents of such things while she was throwing up at least 10 times each day. She was also misdiagnosed for bulimia. The girl was so ill that she could only eat baby food.

The doctors neglected the girl's condition even though she had a history of tuberculosis. She had first contracted the disease in school when a classmate was diagnosed with the same. Her illness returned a few years later just after she returned from a trip to Pakistan.

It is all the more shocking that the doctors refused to test her even though she fell under a 'high risk' category.

 

 


 

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