Disciplinary actions will begin against a student who mocked the emergency at the University of Lima
This afternoon, October 3, it was reported that a student from the Lima University He fell from the fifth floor in a confusing incident that remains to be clarified. Given this, various comments regarding the events were evident on social networks, but there was one that generated indignation among users, calling it “funny.”
In the first determinations, it was known that the young woman who made this video would be a student from another well-known university. After a few hours, the Pacific university issued a letter referring to this situation.
At first he regretted and expressed his deep dismay at the events that occurred, but he also condemned the publications on digital platforms. Likewise, he announced that a disciplinary process will begin for the case that would involve one of her students when referring to the physical integrity of the victim.
“We will immediately initiate the pertinent disciplinary actions, in accordance with the provisions of the Student Good Conduct Regulations and the applicable regulations. At our university, we strive to promote an environment of respect, empathy and solidarity among all members of the university community and society in general,” he reads.
The one who would be the student of this house of studies recorded herself and spread a video on her Instagram stories, where she left some comments that outraged users as it was a very delicate event.
“Guys from Lima, please, it is a top priority. The video, I mean, I have parts, but not of the man killing himself, please rotate that funny clip. It's really like too funny [parece] the Peruvian Comedy Club”, is heard.
After that, he proceeds to show the photograph that was shared with his companions. Additionally, he questions this student's attire. "He does not have abbs"The video is so funny," he added.
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