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Teen girls report man for 'semen sauce' comments

Teen girls report man for 'semen sauce' comments

Published: 29 Mar 2012 07:39 GMT+02:00
Updated: 29 Mar 2012 07:39 GMT+02:00

A 56–year-old man, working at a local school in Borås, in western Sweden, has been reported by several teenage students for repeatedly harassing them with lewd comments on school grounds.

According to the charge sheet, the man had asked one of the girls if she wanted to get a hotel room with him and another woman, reported the local Borås Tidning newspaper (BT).

He also allegedly made remarks about the size of one girl’s bosom.

The man reportedly also told several students that the sauce served in the school canteen contained semen, according to the paper.

The inappropriate conduct is said to have taken place over the course of two years.

The eight girls, ranging in age from 13- to 16-years-old, finally had enough of the man’s lewd remarks and decided to report him to police, according to the paper.

The prosecutor, Daniel Edsbagge, said that the offence was particularly serious considering the number of girls affected by the man’s inappropriate behaviour and that it took place in the girls’ school.

“A place where they should be able to feel safe,” Edsbagge told BT.

The man denies all allegations against him, according to the paper.

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08:17 March 29, 2012 by Russ Cobleigh
fire this man immediately!
10:05 March 29, 2012 by BillyB
make him eat the sauce
10:26 March 29, 2012 by J Jack
The girls should be able to feel safe anywhere but especially at the school where many unscreened adults apparently work. He is a sex offender by attitude and should be handled as such. The comments he has made, if true, are a form of assault.
10:49 March 29, 2012 by lilsocks
08:17 March 29, 2012 by Russ Cobleigh

fire this man immediately!

Why? surely investigating the girls reports should come first eh! you are a classic example of a knee-jerk reaction. I cannot stand fools like you!
14:01 March 29, 2012 by bourgeoisieboheme
Well semen sauce is a great way to add a bit of salt to your sauce but keep it low in sodium. Blame a guy for making healthy sauce, seesh! :-)
16:34 March 29, 2012 by spo10
that guy is obviously very perverted, single, and lonely...no wonder it made him do those crazy things.
15:18 March 30, 2012 by Lotus2035
spo10 why assume being single drove him to such sexually frustrated behaviour? maybe he is married to a prude....
22:10 April 5, 2012 by bethrichardson
#6 & #7 - sexual predators need to reason to act the way they do. Married, single, happy, unhappy - it doesn't matter. Obviously this man has not been convicted yet, so we can't say for sure if he even did anything, but if he did there is no need to look elsewhere for a prudish wife to blame, it's all in his head!
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