Students’ condoms sabotaged at Oxford

OXFORD UNIVERSITY students have been left stunned by the news that free condoms have been sabotaged.

Condoms handed out by Trinity College JCR were discovered to have been pierced by a pin. They were instantly removed and an investigation has been launched.

The revelation has sent shockwaves throughout the University, with many colleges removing condom supplies not under constant surveillance.

Students have been warned to check all condoms before use, although the Student Union Welfare Officer, Nicky Ellis, has warned “You cannot necessarily see if a condom has been pierced. Don’t assume it will be visible.”

Trinity JCR President, Ed Mason, attacked the culprits, who are as yet unknown, as “cowards”, saying they showed “a complete disregard for the health, safety and wellbeing of their friends and peers.”

Vision reported a similar scare in York in October 2002, which was eventually dismissed as an “urban legend”.