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World Europe 04 Oct 2016 6-year-old bullied b ...

6-year-old bullied by older boys at Scotland school, called 'black b******'

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 4, 2016, 3:53 pm IST
Updated Oct 4, 2016, 4:03 pm IST
The victim's mother said that it was difficult to explain to her son what the abusive words meant since he was too young to understand.
He is one of the happiest little boys you can meet, the victims mother was quoted as saying. (Representational Image)
 He is one of the happiest little boys you can meet, the victims mother was quoted as saying. (Representational Image)

Clackmannanshire, Scotland: In yet another case involving racial abuse, a six-year-old boy was abused by older boys at his school in Scotland before being beaten up by them, his mother has claimed.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, police officials were called in by the school authorities after two boys admitted to racial abuse.

 

The victim, Kaiden Jack, told his mother that he was first teased by his peers and was later beaten up by older boys from his school.

The victim's mother said, "It breaks my heart to have my beautiful boy coming home asking what's wrong with him and what's wrong with the colour of his skin."

"He is one of the happiest little boys you can meet, but this has led to instances of him misbehaving at school and at home before I knew what was going on," she said.

"It is totally disgusting. No one should have to suffer like that," she added.

 

She also said that the parents of one of the abusers called her up to apologise for their son's mistake. However, the parents of the other abuser were not interested.

She further said that it was a difficult task to explain to her son what the abusive words meant since he was too young to understand.

Police authorities said that they gave appropriate warnings to all those who were responsible.

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