About six female students of the Delta State University, Abraka, were on Friday, August 28, 2015 caught with different incriminating materials, otherwise known as expo, during an examination.
Among them was a final year student of the Department of Library and Information Science who was caught two times within a space of 45 minutes
The examiner identified as, Sylvester Okiemute, caught the student after he observed her suspicious moves for a while, but pardoned her after she pleaded.
According to sources, the student whose identity was not disclosed, was caught while sitting for an exam on ‘Entrepreneurship and Information Services’.
Following the observation, Mr Okiemute, convinced that the student was copying from a paper she smuggled in, asked her to hand over the paper.
She vehemently denied having any smuggled paper and an argument subsequently ensued right in the hall between her and the examiner.
The other students were stunned when the examiner dipped his hands into her panties only to see the incriminating materials, and of course he dug them out.
It is unclear if the incident was reported to the university authorities or just ended at the examination venue.