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Ngee Ann Poly: Students’ ‘lap dance’ at CCA camp not part of approved programme

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A video of a female student performing a sexually suggestive dance in front of a male student at a Ngee Ann Polytechnic CCA camp has been circulating on social media.

In the video, that was originally uploaded as an Instagram Story, a girl in a red t-shirt is seen giving a boy a lap dance, while other students around them take videos and photos.

When asked, a Ngee Ann Polytechnic spokesperson said, “The incident happened during a CCA Club camp. The activity as seen in the video was not part of the approved programme. It was an impromptu activity initiated by a few students. Student camp organisers have been given strict guidelines and briefed beforehand. This is to ensure that the activities they conduct are respectful and appropriate.”

They added, “We will be counselling the students involved.”

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The video has even been edited by groups on Facebook.

The Facebook page ‘SBS – Sure Boh Singapore’ posted the video and added, “we can forsee the hatemail liao: threaten to call police lah, call lawyer lah, call doctor lah, call fireman lah…”

They continued, “Moral of the story is, if you don’t want it to appear on the front page of Straits Times or STOMP, don’t put it to social media at all. In fact, don’t even put it on your phone at all.”

Netizens did not seem to be too surprised by the incident.


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