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Fran Garcia Huidobro outraged by brutal ‘baptism’ of University of California rugby player ‘Stop it, seriously’



Television panelists attacked the University of California Sports Club for its brutal “baptism” of players. At the time of the incident, the boy was 16 years old.

Last Monday, a young man reported being victimized. In 2019 there was a brutal ‘baptism’ at a club at the University of Católica. The player eventually lost consciousness and claimed to have suffered serious injuries.This caused severe criticism from various countries. Fran Garcia Huidobro.

According to what was said by 7th pagea television panelist decided to share her opinion after observing a report broadcast by Mega, and assured that she had had a similar experience.

“I was watching news reports about ‘baptisms’ in various fields of sport, especially in the case of rugby, and I remembered that I had entered university in 1992.” he said.

“They took our clothes, our shoes, painted our hair, took our belongings, and you couldn’t resist. That was 30 years ago! No progress has been made,” he added.

Later, in another Instagram story, the current juror said, I The player stressed that he was 16 years old when he was the victim of the violence.

“He retired from rugby for two years and was a national high performance athlete, He had to undergo these “baptisms” that you find most enjoyable, but they weren’t fun at all. ” He showed that he was annoyed.

“Ten people going against one person is bullying, abuse, and harassment. Added.

It is worth noting that the young man’s family decided to sue the University of California Sports Club. The judiciary recently clarified the reasons and ordered the authorities to pay P15 million.

However, the Catholic University has appealed the first-instance decision, and the case has been brought back to court.

Source: Biobiochile

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