NUS investigating after students allegedly stripped in the sea as part of game

Students who were involved in the incident told The Straits Times that the objective of the game was for teams to lay out the longest line of clothes on the beach.
Students who were involved in the incident told The Straits Times that the objective of the game was for teams to lay out the longest line of clothes on the beach.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore (NUS) is looking into an incident where its students allegedly took part in a game that involved stripping in the sea.

The incident, involving students from NUS' Kent Ridge Hall, is said to have taken place at Siloso Beach on Sentosa on June 4, one day after the hall's orientation camp ended.

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