Video of Ngee Ann Poly students taking turns to pee on naked boys in toilet: NP and police investigating

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Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) and the police are investigating an incident caught on video where students were seen taking turns peeing on two boys in what is believed to be a school toilet.

Several Stompers alerted Stomp to the circulated videos showing two boys stripped naked and kneeling in a shower cubicle.

The other students are then seen taking turns to pee on the naked boys.

In the video, someone is heard saying: "Eh I want you to empty your vessels ah!

"Eh you all better pee ah!

"Eh pee the hair, pee the hair!"

Someone is also heard scolding one of the naked boys for turning on the shower: "Eh no showering!"

Stomp will not be posting the videos due to their lewd nature.

In response to a Stomp query, a spokesman from Ngee Ann Polytechnic said that they have identified the students involved and ascertained that none of them are freshmen and that this incident did not happen during their freshmen orientation programme.

"All NP students are expected to behave as responsible and respectful members of our community," the spokesman said.

"We are aware of a video circulating on social media showing some students engaging in inappropriate behaviour.

"We take a serious view of this matter and do not condone nor tolerate any form of misconduct.

"As part of our investigations, we have identified the students involved.

"None are freshmen.

"We have also ascertained that the incident did not take place during our freshmen orientation programme or as preparations for this orientation programme.

"We are conducting an internal disciplinary inquiry and will take appropriate disciplinary action on students found to be in breach of our Student Code of Conduct.

"Meanwhile we have reached out to the students involved to extend counselling support.

"As safe management measures were not adhered to on our grounds, we will also consider this in meting the necessary disciplinary action."

The police told Stomp they were alerted to a case of voyeurism at 535 Clementi Road on Monday (Mar 22) at 9.48pm.

Police investigations are ongoing.