Sex blogger Alvin Tan apologises to NUS
The Star/Asia News Network
Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012
SINGAPORE – Sex blogger Alvin Tan apologised to the National University of Singapore (NUS) for bringing “disrepute” to the university.
The Straits Times quoted him as telling the NUS disciplinary hearing over his weblog that although he was sorry for bringing disrepute to the institution, what he did was carried out in his “personal individual time as a private individual and not an NUS student.”
“What I did was a victimless crime,” the Straits Occasions internet site quoted him as saying. “No one was truly harmed or hurt in the approach.”
Tan, 24, emerged from the NUS’ University Hall at about three.50pm on Wednesday immediately after the 90-minute hearing.
He looked calm and openly spoke to the media who greeted him.
Tan stated that there was no outcome but from the hearing, which was performed by 5 members of the university’s board.
“They told me I will hear from them inside seven days. The atmosphere at the hearing was critical,” he mentioned.
Earlier, the law student arrived at NUS at about 2.20pm with out his girlfriend, Vivian Lee, 23.
Tan, an Asean scholarship holder, was casually clad in a red shirt, jeans and a colourful beanie which he wore in a single of his movies.
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