STUDENTS of Honiara High School have been warned against trespassing into the compound of nearby ABA Corporation in Chinatown.
Anthony Hong of ABA issued the warning after several students trespassing into their area were bitten by their dogs.
These are students who left school early without permission and sneaked through an opening in the fence between ABA and the school.
The opening led into the ABA compound.
Mr Hong said students who break school rules by leaving early and trespassing into their compound risked their own lives doing that.
“This is a private area and students should know that,” he said.
“If they come through the opening into our compound, they must not complain if they are bitten by the dogs because this is a private area.
“You must be warned that dogs lived in our compound. If you are a trespasser, the dogs will chase and beat you.”
Mr Hong issued the warning, Thursday, when a group of students and staff confronted him about a foul smell emanating from the drain that runs between the school and ABA.
The foul smell was believed to be of some rotten products dumped into the drain.
ABA assured the students they will address the problem.
Meanwhile, deputy principal Allen Ketei said the school will not take responsibility for any students who trespassed into the ABA area and got bitten by the dogs.
By CHARLEY PIRINGI