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Saturday, 15 December 2012

2 ANGLICAN SCHOOL STUDENTS CAUGHT HAVING LESBIAN SEX, BRIBE TEACHER WITH SEX

Anglican run St James Girls High School has been hit by a lesbian "séx" scandal which has resulted in the expulsion of pupils, one of them for offering a teacher séx in exchange for lenience after being caught in the act.

The scandal reportedly started in June when two Form Six pupils were caught by fellow pupils in the middle of the night having a nice time under the sheets, BMetro reported. A report was made to school authorities.
After a probe, the two girls (names withheld) were suspended for two weeks. According to a source, the pupils showed remorse during the disciplinary hearing and promised to give up the lesbian antics. On returning to school after serving the sentence, the two are said to have kept a distance from each other.
"Everyone was convinced that they had indeed stopped their behaviour. They even stopped talking to each other and we all thought that the relationship was over. Little did we know that we were being fooled," said a source.



Sometime in October, while the rest of the pupils were preparing for examinations, the two were making frantic efforts to resurrect their relationship.
"At a time when we thought they were finished for good, they started. They were spotted a number of times caressing each other in public and during the nights one of them would sneak into the other's dormitory. Other pupils tipped the matron and a trap was laid leading to the two being caught having "lesbian séx," said the source.
After they were caught, one of the girls is reported to have offered a senior male teacher séx in exchange for mercy. She had, however, gone overboard as the teacher did not take kindly to that and took up. the matter with the headmaster.
The gravity of the matter resulted in the headmaster Albert Ncube reporting the girls' behaviour to the. Matabeleland North Provincial Education Director's office who recommended that they be expelled.
"They were, however, not barred from writing examinations as they wrote all the papers coming from home," said the source.


Acting Matabeleleland North Provincial Education Director Mr Mathias Luphahla confirmed the incident saying: "We handled such a case and the girls were expelled but I should hasten to emphasise that they were allowed to write examinations," he said.
The scandal reportedly started in June when two Form Six pupils were caught by fellow pupils in the middle of the night having a nice time under the sheets, BMetro reported. A report was made to school authorities.
After a probe, the two girls (names withheld) were suspended for two weeks. According to a source, the pupils showed remorse during the disciplinary hearing and promised to give up the lesbian antics. On returning to school after serving the sentence, the two are said to have kept a distance from each other.
"Everyone was convinced that they had indeed stopped their behaviour. They even stopped talking to each other and we all thought that the relationship was over. Little did we know that we were being fooled," said a source.


Sometime in October, while the rest of the pupils were preparing for examinations, the two were making frantic efforts to resurrect their relationship.
"At a time when we thought they were finished for good, they started. They were spotted a number of times caressing each other in public and during the nights one of them would sneak into the other's dormitory. Other pupils tipped the matron and a trap was laid leading to the two being caught having "lesbian séx," said the source.
After they were caught, one of the girls is reported to have offered a senior male teacher séx in exchange for mercy. She had, however, gone overboard as the teacher did not take kindly to that and took up. the matter with the headmaster.


The gravity of the matter resulted in the headmaster Albert Ncube reporting the girls' behaviour to the. Matabeleland North Provincial Education Director's office who recommended that they be expelled.
"They were, however, not barred from writing examinations as they wrote all the papers coming from home," said the source.
Acting Matabeleleland North Provincial Education Director Mr Mathias Luphahla confirmed the incident saying: "We handled such a case and the girls were expelled but I should hasten to emphasise that they were allowed to write examinations," he said.

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