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A father, outraged that his daughter was apparently being bullied by a fellow student at Yishun Secondary School, made a police complaint against the alleged bully and said that he plans to take the boy to court.

Sharing the matter on Facebook, the father, Jeffrey Pay, claimed that the boy called his daughter a derogatory term and that the school did not do anything about the situation, since the boy is a a prefect and a National Cadet Corp squad leader.

He added that his daughter – who is presently in Secondary 1 – had previously been cyberbullied and that the school had disciplined the bullies the last time and are now holding back since the alleged bully this time is a student leader:

Recently my secondary one school going daughter was victimized at school from bullies. She was facing a lists from being…

Posted by Jeffrey Pay on Sunday, 8 October 2017

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Dear parents. I have a very interesting information to share. To my surprise and ultimate disgusted with the school…

Posted by Jeffrey Pay on Monday, 9 October 2017

Dissatisfied that the school did not take action, Pay raised the matter to the Ministry of Education, which apparently told him that this is a matter for the school to handle:

 

Just received another round of "fuel" and added to the already burning fire of anger from Ministry of Education. What's…

Posted by Jeffrey Pay on Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Seeking “justice” for his daughter, Pay filed a police report and said that he plans to take the matter to court. “Let’s see how the boy’s performs in standing trials in the Court of laws,” he wrote on Facebook.

The police apparently did drop by the school to get a statement from his daughter:

The very first step of seeking injustice done to my daughter at Yishun Secondary School had being casted. Next step will…

Posted by Jeffrey Pay on Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Netizens, responding to Pay’s posts, had a different view and called the father out for being overprotective:

Claiming that the majority of commenters are off base about what really happened in a new post online today, Pay claimed that he had a meeting with the school and that he expects the matter to be resolved by the end of the school year.

He also took a potshot at the students who defended the alleged bully, stating that they are “very pathetically hiding behind their technologies and expensive hand held toy. As they act tough, by using adult’s speaking manners, basically they are still virgins and still sucking lollipops.”

Two days of reading hate mails from Facebook, mostly from students and former students of YSS. Gave me a mixture of…

Posted by Jeffrey Pay on Thursday, 12 October 2017

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