10-Year-Old Strangled & Threatened At Knifepoint By Teenage Boy For Refusing Oral Sex

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source: FMT

Lust can get the better of us, and in some cases, these desires can get out of hand.

A recent instance which occurred on Sunday (July 17) saw a Form One student who went so far as to threaten a 10-year-old with a knife for refusing to perform oral sex. Kuala Muda police chief Zaidy Che Hassan stated that the 13-year-old suspect had been arrested in Gurun yesterday.

According to him, the initial investigation found that the suspect who is believed to know the victim had invited him to ride in the car together, at around 4.30 pm.

“The suspect who was driving a Perodua Kancil car was later believed to have undressed and forced the male victim to perform oral sex on him.

“Because the victim refused to commit the act, the suspect slapped and hit the victim,” he said, as per FMT.

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Zaidy also noted that the suspect was believed to have taken the boy to his house where he forced him to do the same once more.

“He resisted again, before being threatened by the suspect who pointed a knife at them. The suspect then proceeded to strangle the victim,” he explained.

The victim finally managed to escape from the suspect’s house, before being met by members of the public and asked to be sent home, not far from where the incident took place.

“He then told his father what happened, and they went to lodge a report at the Sungai Petani police station,” said Zaidy.

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Chemists at the Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital (HSAH) Sungai Petani found bruises on the right cheek and scratches on the left side of the victim’s chest, as well as wounds on the upper right side of the his body and wounds on the right knee.

The suspect was remanded for four days for further investigation and the case is now being probed under Section 14 (a) of the Sexual Offenses Against Children Act 2017 and Section 323 of the Penal Code.