5 bus drivers accused of having sex with teen
The China Post staff
June 1, 2007, 12:00 am TWN
Five middle-aged drivers of public passenger buses recently were accused of having sexual relations with a senior high school student and making her pregnant, according to the police.
The father of the 17-year-old student at a Sanchung City high school in Taipei County was surprised to discover that his daughter had been pregnant for nine weeks.
The girl told her father that she had had sexual relationships with five bus drivers over the past six months, but didn't know which one of them had made her pregnant.
According to Taipei County police , the five bus drivers included Chen Hsin-cheng, 47, at Chung Hsing Bus Co., Chang Chia-teng, 37, of San Chung Bus. The other three, named Hsu Ching-hua, 41; Tsao Ying-jui, 56 and Shao Chun-cheng, already quit their jobs after exposure from the scandal.
The police said that the girl student took the bus to school every day and frequently chatted with drivers at the head office of Chung Hsing Bus Co., which is just across from her school, thus getting familiar with the drivers.
One day last October, she suddenly asked Chen Hsin-cheng,"Do you want to make love with me?" Chen soon became the first driver to have sex with her.
Then the girl had sex with the other four drivers on the bus, in the park toilet, and at motels.
In March this year, the girl found herself pregnant and then told the drivers, none of whom dared continue such abnormal ties with her.
The father then took his daughter to a private hospital for an abortion.
A hospital doctor said that the young woman's abnormal practices are reflective of an Electra complex, as she liked to make love with men close to her father's age.