Monday, 27 May 2013

Apology from Parent's after Teen's Graffiti on Luxor Temple

Image - BBC News


"On Friday a micro-blogger posted a photo of graffiti at a temple complex in Luxor, Egypt, which said: "Ding Jinhao was here".
Angry internet users then managed to identify the teen, posting his date of birth and school online, reports said.
His mother told a local paper they were sorry for his actions.
Luxor is home to a large temple complex, located on the bank of the Nile River, believed to be some 3,500 years old.
'Too much pressure'
"We want to apologise to the Egyptian people and to people who have paid attention to this case across China," Mr Ding's mother told local newspaper Modern Express on Saturday.
She added that the teen, now a middle school student in Nanjing, committed the act when he was younger and had realised the seriousness of his actions.
Ding Jinhao's father also appealed for the public to let his son be, saying: "This is too much pressure for him to take."
The boy's identification led to the hacking of his primary school's website, the Global Times newspaper said."

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