Gardaí Are Now Investigating A 'Sexual Assault' List Which Appeared At A Cork School

The list asked people to place a 'tick' beside girls' names...

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Yesterday, news emerged that Davis College in Mallow, Co. Cork was investigating the appearance of of a 'sexual assault list' in the male toilets of the secondary school. 

The list of female students' names appeared in the form of graffiti and said 'the ones with the most ticks is going to get raped'. 

The Irish Independent is now reporting that Gardaí are investigating the matter while Principal Stephen Gilbert said is taking steps to address the matter and speak to those affected:

“The safety and well-being of all of our students is our top priority.

'We are taking this issue extremely seriously, and immediately took steps to address it with both the affected students and student body at large."

'This work is continuing. The list was removed the minute we were notified of its existence and we spoke to each of the young ladies mentioned to answer any questions or concerns they had.'

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James Fenton

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