Kim Jong Un ‘exiles’ school boy caught watching porn by North Korean police

March 24, 2021 | Updated 1:53 pm

Kim Jong Un ‘exiles’ school boy caught watching porn by North Korean police Kim Jong Un - (Photo Courtesy: Xinhua)

New Delhi: A teenage boy who was caught watching porn illegally in North Korea and was handed over a horrible punishment by supreme leader Kim Jong Un. According to a news report by the Daily NK, the North Korea Police tracked down a school going boy, who committed the mistake of watching a porn movie at his home.

The report further stated that the teenager was watching obscene content while his parents were not at home. A campaign has launched against porn by the North Korean government across the country. The Workers Party, which is currently in power in North Korea, has also launched an awareness campaign against porn in schools.

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North Koreans who are involved in the production of pornographic material, or involved in buying or selling of it, are even given death punishment. According to Kim Jong Un, viewing of pornographic content destroys the society.

This is the reason why the North Korea police tracked down the IP address and caught the teenager red-handed while he was still watching porn. As a punishment, the boy and his family members were ostracised from the society and were taken to the border area.

Even the principal of the school where the boy studied at was also not spared. As per the laws of North Korea, the principal of the school is also held responsible for any wrongdoing by children from the school. In this instance, it is said that the principal save himself from his responsibilities and he was sent to a labor camp as a punishment.

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North Korea is still one of the few countries in the world where implementation of laws are done very strictly. A year-long lockdown was also place in the country to curb the outspread of the novel coronavirus.