Video: Attack by elder student on younger girl - Chiang Mai police say families have it sorted
A video that has only recently come to light showed a savage attack by an older female pupil on a younger girl.
But police did nothing as no complaint was filed with them.
Fists and kicks are aimed at the head of the younger student as she is encouraged to "graap" and offer an apology for some reason.
The family initially thought it was a minor matter but after the footage was shown on the victims of crime page "Red Skull" they had second thoughts.
It happened back in September.
Chiang Mai news reported that the attacker in the clip had threatened to take the person who filmed to court for sharing the footage.
Deputy provincial police chief Piyaphan Patrapongsin said that the force would prosecute if a report was made but none was.
He said that the families had come to an agreement in the matter that was now settled.
Source: Chiang Mai News
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