Shocking moment group of male Brazilian medical students perform group masturbation on women’s volleyball court after their college’s team beat their rivals
- Male members of the Santo Amaro University futsal team stormed a volleyball court and exposed their genitals after their school’s women’s team won a match
- The incident took place in April following a tournament championship win at São Camilo University, but footage was made public for the first time Sunday
- On Monday, Santo Amaro University expelled six players as part of its investigation
This is the bizarre moment a bevy of Brazilian medical students stormed a volleyball court and performed a group masturbation act following a women’s match.
The Santo Amaro University (UNISA) male futsal players were initially spotted on the sidelines with their pants lowered to their ankles as the school’s team started to celebrate its volleyball championship victory at São Camilo University.
The naked men then rushed the court all at once and paraded around they gym as they touched their genitals, much to the dismay of the volleyball players and fans who remained in the stands.
The incident, confirmed by São Camilo University, took place in April but the grotesque footage was made public for the first time Sunday evening.
Santo Amaro University announced it had expelled six students Monday. Their names have not been released.
‘Unisa, an institution with more than 55 years of history, vehemently repudiates this type of behavior, completely antagonistic to its history and values,’ the school said in a statement.
The Säo Paulo Civil Police said it has opened an investigation into the incident, which carries a sentence of three months to one year in prison.
Camilo Santana, who oversees the Ministry of Education, has given the Santo Amaro University administration a deadline of 15 days ‘to find out what measures’ will be taken.
‘I vehemently repudiate what happened,’ he said in a statement. ‘It is unacceptable for future doctors to act with such disrespect for women and civility.’
The Ministry of Women slammed the medical students’ behavior and said it remains committed to working alongside the Ministry of Education to guarantee that colleges are ‘free from violence.’
‘Breaking centuries of a misogynistic culture is a constant task that requires a careful look at all types of gender-based violence,’ it said in a statement. ‘Attitudes like that of medical students at Unisa can never be normalized — they must be combatted with the rigor of the law.’