South Korean police forced to watch porn at work

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A police officer in South Korea have charged that he forced his subordinates to watch porn at work. It is reported by The Korea Times.

In the centre for the protection of the rights of servicemen said that a police officer surnamed Kim, who works in one of the sections of the province of Gyeongsangbuk-Do, forced 100 employees to watch movies during official trips by bus and during leisure time in the service. According to human rights, this occurred from June to September 2017.

The actions of the officer became known, after complaints from several employees. What was the motive for Kim, is unclear. Also not reported, whether made him into custody and put forward any formal charges

Human rights activists accusing the man of harassment of subordinate employees. They hope that the incident will make other victims of such offences to speak about the issue and join the movement #MeToo (“Me too”).

This hashtag is used in social networks, those who have experienced sexual harassment and violence. It is widespread in October 2017, after the Hollywood actress accused of harassment producer Harvey Weinstein.

The movement began to spread in Asia in early 2018. In particular, in late January, Reuters reported on the student Bachinskogo University in Beijing, spoke about harassment by a teacher. After her many Chinese women network also began to share their stories.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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