Primary School Girl In Labuan Sodomised; Car Wash Workers Remanded

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Superintendent Farid speaking to reporters in Labuan on Wednesday.

By BORNEOTODAY REPORTERS
LABUAN: Two car wash workers here have been remanded for seven days for allegedly sodomising a primary school girl on Tuesday morning.

The two men were brought to court today (Wednesday) for a remand order, and the case is being investigated under Section 377C of the Penal Code.

This horrendous crime came to light after the 10-year-old victim poured her heart out to her grandfather that she was sodomised by the two men.

Labuan police chief, Superintendent Muhamad Farid Ahmad said the police report was lodged at 3am on Tuesday, minutes after the rectal examination showed clinical signs of the alleged sodomy.

He told reporters the alleged incident was reported to have taken place between 6pm to 7.30pm on Monday (Jan 7 2019).

Shocked by her revelation, the grandfather took the victim to the hospital at 2am on Tuesday (Jan 8) for a thorough check, subsequently led to the arrest of the two men at 10am the same day at their unnumbered squatter house near here.

The victim is understood to be familiar with the suspects.

She is said to have received treatment for a bleeding anus.

If convicted the suspects face a minimum sentence of five years and a maximum of 20 years imprisonment and liable to whipping.