Six University of Santo Amaro students have been expelled after a viral video surfaced showing their disgusting masturbation stunt performed on the sidelines of a women’s volleyball match.
The University of São Paulo, Brazil, expelled students this month in response to outrage, even though it was the students who carried out the incident in April, according to the New York Post.
Members of the school’s men’s futsal team – a version of indoor football – are seen on the video standing on the sidelines, their shorts pulled down around their ankles, caressing each other and pretending to masturbate while the women play volleyball on the field.
Today, the University of Santo Amaro – Unisa does not appear. Skip the actual panorama for a ridiculous episode of this. pic.twitter.com/fX7bZ88kaV
– Clairton (@cl4irton) September 18, 2023
Then, after the match, the video shows the men running onto the field and continuing their fake masturbation stunt as shocked spectators cringe.
Santo Amaro University medical students perform collective masturbation during a game of female flight. Was I called by “punhetaço”, I consulted his opinion, what will future doctors be like? Ah oh love! pic.twitter.com/9rgu8bUYA7
— Thaismuquici or return! (@thaismuquici2) September 18, 2023
The school confirmed the stunt happened in April, but the video only went viral this week.
The school also announced that six students had been expelled, although it did not name them publicly.
“Unisa, an institution with over 55 years of history, vehemently rejects this type of behavior, which is completely contrary to its history and values,” the school said in a statement.
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva blasted the horrific spectacle, as did Camilo Santana, the country’s education director.
“A disgusting and unacceptable episode, the behavior of young people who are at university, who want to become doctors and take care of people,” Santana said.
“I vehemently reject what happened. It is unacceptable that future doctors act with such a lack of respect for women and courtesy.”
The Brazilian Ministry of Women also criticized the students’ actions.
“Breaking centuries of misogynistic culture is an ongoing task that requires careful consideration of all types of gender-based violence,” the Ministry of Women said in a statement. “Attitudes like those of Unisa medical students can never be normalized – they must be fought to the fullest extent of the law. »
The São Paulo Civil Police also announced that they had opened an investigation into the shocking incident. Convictions for public indecency could result in three months to a year in prison.
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