Iranian diplomat accused of fondling kids at Brazilian swimming club

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An Iranian diplomat has been accused of fondling girls at a local swimming pool in Brazil’s capital city Brasilia, a case testing local perceptions of diplomatic immunity laws. Witnesses said the diplomat had been pretending to swim around the pool in a “duck-diving” manner, police said. While underwater, however, the diplomat surreptitiously fondled four girls between the ages of nine and 15 years, police said. Some of the girls began screaming and their parents confronted the man. “It is really surprising that a diplomat would act in such a way,” said Johnson Monteiro, a civil police detective who handled the case. Read The Wall Street Journal

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