Wednesday, May 3, 2017

12 year old girl forced to withdraw from Chess tournament for ‘seductive’ dress

A chess coach in Malaysia is demanding a public apology for one of his students after the 12 year old was forced to
withdraw from a tournament that took place April 14-16 due to her 'seductive' dress.

In a Facebook post, the coach, Kaushal Khandhar, explained what took place at the National Scholastic Chess Championship in Putrajaya, Malaysia. He posted a photo of the 12-year-old competitor’s dress and wrote:

“In the middle of Round 2, (without stopping the clocks) chief arbiter informs my student that the dress she wore was improper and has violated the dress code of the tournament. It was later informed (by chief arbiter) to my student and her mother that the tournament director deemed my student’s dress to be ‘seductive’ and a ‘temptation from a certain angle far, far away.'”

A lot of people on social have also expressed their disgust in the arbiter's disqualification of the 12 year old with some calling him a  pervert and others saying Malaysia is 600 years behind because there is nothing wrong with the girl's dress. Others said the girl's dress was very appropriate and that she should have been allowed to remain in the game while the arbiter should have been escorted out for his immorality.
See his full post below:

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