An 11-year-old boy reportedly died from suspected depression after bullies forced him to have sex with a cat.
Police in Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia are now investigating the case after the boy passed away on Sunday, July 17.
The unnamed boy became severely depressed and refused to eat after the brutes forced him to have sex with the animal, filmed the incident and posted the video online.
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Authorities believe the boy kept the shame to himself and did not even tell his parents about the incident, Indonesian outlet Coconuts reported.
“Before the boy died, he was a victim of violence and bullying by his friends, to the point that they told him to have sexual relations with an animal,” West Java Child Protection Institution Program Manager Diana Wati told reporters.
“We’re still looking into whether or not the child had other medical conditions, or if he died purely because he refused to eat due to the depression.”
West Java Police said that it has launched an investigation into the boy’s death but it has yet to identify any of the perpetrators.
Last year, a depraved dad was jailed after he tried to get an 11-year-old girl to have sex with her dog during shocking online chats.
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Married Harindapan Gill posed as a 13-year-old boy on social media and began talking to what he thought was a young girl from Newcastle called Faye.
In fact, the profile was being run by a paedophile hunter group called Angels of Innocence and even they were left sickened by his extreme requests on the Chat Avenue site on Valantine's Day 2019.
Prosecutor Elizabeth Muir told Newcastle Crown Court Gill made a series of graphic demands to the child's profile, which included him encouraging her to have oral sex with a stranger while he listened over the phone, committing a sex act with a hair brush and having sex with her dog.
Miss Muir said the exchange was "one of the most extreme cases of this nature that we have seen, in relation to the requests".
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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