South Korean police officer 'forced 100 others to watch porn whilst on duty'

South Korean police officer 'forced 100 others to watch porn whilst on duty'

The police officer allegedly forced others to watch porn during three months

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

A police officer allegedly forced around 100 other conscripted officers to watch porn whilst working in South Korea last year.

It is claimed he made officers watch the videos whilst they travelled or had to wait for a period of time when they were on duty.

The Centre for Military Human Rights Korea claims this took place between June and September in the North Gyeongsang Province.

Local media claims the man has also been accused of assault and asking personal favours of other officers.

It is not clear what his motive was for the alleged incidents, according to Sputnik.

The head of the Centre for Military Human Rights Korea has called for an immediate investigation into the matter.

Lim Tae-hoon also said he hopes the movement against sexual harassment will gain momentum following the case.

He was quoted by The South China Morning Post as saying: “Kim harassed conscripted policemen by showing indecent videos. This is a serious violation of the law on such content.

“Human rights abuses against conscripted policemen should not be overlooked any longer." 

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