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Bullied primary school boy poisons students by putting glue in their water bottles in Turkey

Bullied primary school student, nine, sends 25 classmates to hospital after putting glue in their water bottles for revenge

  • Boy sneaked into classroom as students took PE class outside in Bursa, Turkey
  • He unscrewed the tops, dripped liquid glue inside, and then replaced the lids
  • Thirsty students returned and went straight for water – before 25 of them fell ill 

Twenty-five primary school pupils had to be rushed to hospital in Turkey after a bullied student put glue in their water bottles during an act of revenge. 

The plotting nine-year-old sneaked into the classroom when the other children went outside for a PE class at the school in the Yildirim district.

He unscrewed the tops from all of their water bottles, dripped liquid glue inside, and then replaced the lids.  

Twenty-five primary school pupils had to be rushed to hospital in Turkey after a bullied student put glue in their water bottles during an act of revenge. Pictured: One of the sick kids

Ambulances were called to the school after the children drank the contaminated water

Ambulances were called to the school after the children drank the contaminated water

Later, his thirsty classmates – at the school in the western Turkish province of Bursa – returned from PE and went straight for their bottles.

Twenty-five of them were then rushed to the Bursa Training and Research Hospital to be treated.

One parent said: ‘One of the pupils put glue in the water bottles of our children, the paramedics are checking them, luckily it seems they’re all OK.’

The child – known only as Z.A. has reportedly admitted what he had done and told teachers he was getting his own back on classmates who had bullied him. 

The nine-year-old boy is said to have carried out the attack because he was being bullied. Pictured: One of the parents

The nine-year-old boy is said to have carried out the attack because he was being bullied. Pictured: One of the parents

Hospital spokesman Dr Efrail Atici said none of the youngsters were seriously ill and they all managed to return home safely.

It is not reported whether education officials are investigating the incident which happened in the Yildirim area of the city.

Police are unlikely to be involved as Z.A. is under the age of criminality which is 14 in Turkey.  

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