|Thursday, 6 November 2003|
Kegalle special correspondent
Some senior students from some leading schools in Kegalle town were found by Kegalle police loitering about in the street near their private tutory after school hours.
When the police queried as to what they were doing in town, the students in a nervous attitude replied that they were students attending a private tutory there.
The suspicious police at once told them, if you all are students in the private tutory, be in that tutory instead of moving about on the highway creating problems to passersby.
However, the suspicion of the police arose over some of the students. The police questioned them of their whereabouts and not being satisfied of their answers and ways of behaviour, ordered them to pull out all that was in their trouser pockets.
The police discovered in their pockets several "condoms" and cachets of "Madanamodaka", a native aphrodisiac.
For the questions the police posed from them, for what these "condoms" and "Madanamodaka" cachets for, the students quietly looked down and waited.
The police warned and admonished them to be of good behaviour and to behave well without being a burden to their parents and society. The Police Inspector told them,that the police in future keep an eye of their behaviour and movements and to take cautions in future, and for the present, ordered the students to go into their private tutory or to get back home.
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