Schoolgirl, 14, ‘permanently disabled’ after teacher makes her do 150 squats
A 14-year-old girl was left permanently disabled after being forced to do 150 squats in a brutal punishment from her teacher
The schoolgirl at the Xianshi Vocational Senior High School in south-western China's Sichuan Province had been caught sneaking snacks into her dorm room.
Student leader Mu had reportedly found snacks on the girl's bed and ordered her to do 300 squats but the student denied they were hers and tried to explain to the staff member that she couldn't do squats due to a foot injury from April 2020.
However, Mu still allegedly forced her to do the squats under the supervision of a teacher Liu, who allegedly did nothing to stop the abuse.
The girl only managed half of them before she had worsened her injury and required serious surgery to her foot at various hospitals in the cities of Luzhou and Chengdu.
According to the Sun, doctors say she is permanently disabled and she now has to walk on crutches.
The mother of the child, identified as Zhou in local media, said her daughter has been diagnosed with depression since the incident at around 10pm on June 10.
The school has reportedly offered RMB 109,774 (£12,530) in compensation, however, the parents have refused the money.
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The supervising teacher has since been fired and the authorities have stated that they are investigating the matter.
The news comes after a 14-year-old schoolgirl was killed in a stampede of people at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, as Afghan's tried desperately to flee the country that has been seized by the Taliban.
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They were among thousands of people at the only operational airport in all of Afghanistan, trying to flee the grasp of the terror group who are seeking to impose strict Sharia Law on the country.
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