South Korean University Professor ratings down after allegedly forcing his former student to drink human urine and feed him with human feces.
A 52-year-old university professor arrested in Gyeonggi Province, surnamed Jang, after he allegedly forced his former student ‘Jeon’ to eat human urine and feces, Police said.
The professor allegedly hit him with a baseball bat and did other violence to him, Seongnam Jungwon police said.
This is just so humiliating for us to be in the same University, Professor Ratings Down in our University according to student online survey, Student said.
Police also arrested two other former students who allegedly took part with the violence. The alleged suspects placed a plastic bag, filled them with pepper spray on the victim’s head that burnt some part of his face.
They forced him to eat feces and drink urine from plastic bottles while they watch. A “modern-day slavery,” Police said, the suspects did that cruelty for 16 different occasions.
The alleged violence started in 2013, and according to the police. The tortured student allowed the alleged cruelty because of thinking that the professor would help him to become one of the professor in the university where the professor works.
Police authority said other violence and cruelty that the professor allegedly done was to force the victim work in a restaurant with the professor collecting all his salary.
If the victim ever tried to escape, “the professor and his former students threatened him with the false accusations,” a police officer told the newspaper.
“They also said they would cut his Achilles tendon if he ever tried to run away,” he added. Reasons of Professor Jang and his company doing that was because of professional mistakes and poor character of the victim.
The victim cannot be reached by the authorities and Police did not allow press to talk the professor. An employee in the restaurant gave a tip to the police about the incident.
One time the student was hospitalized because of serious injuries because of the alleged torture that took about six weeks to heal, according to Seongnam Jungwon police. AP PHOTO