Irish School Launches Investigation Following 'Sexual Assault List' In Toilets
Ticks were put beside each girls names
An investigation has begun at an Irish school following the posting of a 'sexual assault list' in the school toilet.
The list is in the male toilets of Davis College in Mallow, Co. Cork and people were asked to put a 'tick' beside the name of a number of young women on the list.
All the women on the list are students at the school and are also all minors.
The list then goes on to say that the girl who has gathered the most 'ticks' beside her name, would then be the target of sexual assault or as the list shockingly says: "The girls with the most number of ticks will get raped".
The issue was highlighted first on the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork's RedFM on Thursday morning.
The college released a statement saying that the safety and well being of their students is their top priority and that the list was removed as soon as they were made aware about it.
All students who were on the list were spoken to.
The school principal has said that an interval review is underway at the moment and that they are treating this issue very seriously.
Whoever is found guilty will face disciplinary action from the school.