Catholic University requests investigation regarding the controversial dance during the newcomers party
After the publication of a video which has circulated since last week on social networks, in which two alleged female students of the Catholic University of Guayaquil removed their blouses dancing at a newcomers party, as dance partners grabbed their breasts, the controversy continues.
The institution avoided responsibility claiming that the Act had been organized by the Federation of students of the Catholic University (FEUC) and in a place outside the University campus, attended by about 3,000 people.
However, Luis Cordova, President of the FEUC, asserts that neither the dance or the so-called “wet t-shirt” performance, were part of the program, which according to the details, included music from 12h00 until 15h30, the presentation of the comic ‘El guardia Pihuave’ until 16h30 and then, again, the music.
Cordova said that the events are a result of “the euphoria of the people” and an unexpected initiative by the animator, and says that to see what was happening he approached the stage to order the immediate suspension of this dance, which lasted a minute and a half.
Meanwhile, the University asked the FEUC, through a statement, a report on the facts, which Cordova says will be delivered “in the course of this week,” since investigations are being carried on.
Cordova says that the people who appear in the video have not been identified, because the party was free and open to the public, not all attendees were students of the Catholic University, he also said that, through a statement, those who are part of the FEUC offered public apologies to the Catholic University and the community by what happened last May 23.