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Students accused of setting principal's car on fire in Saudi Arabia

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26-Oct-2016

Manama: A high school principal in Saudi Arabia has accused four students of setting his car ablaze in an act of revenge.


The students, aged 16 and 17, had been caught by the principal carrying banned substance and mobile phones.


 “I was shocked by the burning down of my car, and such incidents clearly indicate there is failure by some families to look after their children in the proper way,” Huzam Al Amri, the principal said.


 “The four students have had trouble with the administration after they were caught bringing mobile phones and banned substances into the school. On the day of the incident, they did not show up at the school,” the principal said, quoted Saudi daily Okaz on Wednesday.


 

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