A BULLIED schoolboy caused 25 classmates to be rushed to hospital after he put glue in their water bottles in an act of revenge.
The nine-year-old sneaked into the classroom while the children were outside for a PE class in the Yildirim district of Bursa, North West Turkey.
AsiaWire A bullied boy sent 25 of his classmates to the hospital after putting glue in their water bottles
Plotting his pay back, the boy unscrewed the tops from their water bottles, dripped liquid glue inside and then replaced the lids on February 20.
After the PE class, the thirsty classmates went straight for their bottles causing 25 of them to be rushed to the Bursa Training and Research Hospital for training.
One worried parent said at the time: “One of the pupils put glue in the water bottles of our children, the paramedics are checking them, luckily it seems they’re all OK.”
The student only identified as ZA reportedly admitted what he had done and told teachers it was revenge on his classmates that bullied him.
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Hospital spokesman Dr Efrail Atici said none of the students were seriously ill and they were all discharged.
It is unclear if the glue contamination incident will be investigated by education officials.
Police are unlikely to get involved as ZA is under the age of criminality in Turkey – which is 14.
AsiaWire Parents rushed to the school after hearing about their children being falling ill
AsiaWire The boy admitted he put the glue in his classmates’ water bottle for revenge
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