Female Students Inside Bus In Sexual Act With Male Counterparts + Video
A video showing female students moving seductively on the lap of their male counterparts inside a bus has gone viral.
In the video, the females were seen rubbing their buttocks on the laps of the boys in a manner insinuating sex, but not close enough to see if there was more going on.
The name of the school written on the bus is Midland High School, Kampala, which is in Uganda.
However, the management of the school has denied its students were involved.
Rather, it said it gave out the bus on rental to Lubiri High School.
The Headteacher of Midland High School, F. X. Kyasa, said: “We, Midland High School, have very unfortunately, been appraised of happening on our school bus hired by another school (LUBIRI HIGH SCHOOL) for an agriculture tour to Jinja today, Friday 10th June 2022.
“These were not students of our school.
“Midland High School is a school built on a very strong Christian foundation and strongly condemn behaviors of this kind.
“We very rigorously control our learning and living environment to ensure behaviour of this kind 1s not given an opportunity to thrive.
“We will support our bus-hire customers to ensure they manage this very unfortunate incident in the most appropriate manner.
“Our bus hire services will continue with more rigorous screening of our clients and their on-bus passenger management.
“We look forward to any feedback to enable us improve our service delivery.”
Kyasa attached a receipt showing that the bus was hired by Lubiri High School at Shs1,000,000.
But Lubiri High School has also denied the viral video.
In a statement, the school management said: “There is a Video circulating on social media involving misconduct of some students on a school bus.
“Lubiri High School however strongly distances itself from it and any involvement thereto.
“We are an Institution built on imparting discipline and cultural norms to the young generation.
“We therefore strongly condemn such misbehavior.
“Investigations are underway in regards to its authenticity.”