“I prefer middle schoolers, but there weren’t any so I went for a primary schooler”; such is the unusual admission given by a man who was found to have invaded a ladies toilet and climbed into a stall occupied by an 8-year-old girl, seeking to gratify himself at her expense.
The man (26) sought his victim out in a supermarket toilet, climbing over a stall door and into the stall, which was occupied by an 8-year-old girl, his intended target.
He apparently then struck her in the stomach, but the girl’s loud screams for help drove him off.
Police later arrested the man for attempting to assault the girl. He admitted to the crime, leaving us with the legend: “I prefer middle schoolers, but there weren’t any so I went for a primary schooler.”
Mercifully, the girl was unharmed, though we might wonder at what sort of mental impact this will have on the unfortunate child.
Not the first time we have seen such a warped justification.
Perhaps he should have followed the example of his peers and become a middle school teacher, although on reflection perhaps being caught early is the better outcome.