Anyone who is behaving in this way or supporting behaviour will be subject to disciplinary action.
South Wales Police has said that they are aware of such malicious and untrue videos circulating on social media. They have urged anyone with information or concerns to report them to the police. Similar discussions have been circulating on platforms such as TikTok and WhatsApp, with some social media users labelling it a hoax.
This content could also be triggering to anyone who has experienced sexual assault or rape, which is deeply concerning. We have passed this information to colleagues at SOuth Wales Police and University security are also aware. We've been made aware of this deeply disturbing content and understand this is causing distress.
We're taking these matters seriously and have passed this information to swpolice. University security are also aware.
Rape is one of the most devastating crimes police investigate and we are working with social media companies to remind them of their duty to remove potentially harmful videos of this nature from their platforms. In an emergency always call Anyone with information or concerns should report them to police either online or by calling You can also find other emergency contacts here. Kasvi Sehgal.