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Great outrage broke out in Spain this week, when more than 100 male students participated in a massive compliment event at a university in Madrid.

In a shocking video shared on social media, dozens of windows open at once to reveal groups of backlit youths yelling coordinated abuse in the direction of a nearby women’s college.

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The exhibition was in charge of the students of the Elías Ahuja school on Sunday.

In the video, the students sing in Spanish: “Who*es, come out of your rabbit holes, you are fucking nymphos. I promise you all f— in the bullfight! Go Ahuja!”

Rita Maestre, the spokeswoman for Más Madrid, a progressive party, shared the video on Twitter. In Spanish, she condemned the students’ behavior, writing: “Then they will wonder why we are afraid of the street.”

The Elías Ahuja school issued a public statement on Wednesday describing the behavior as “unacceptable.” The school condemned the public display as “incomprehensible and inadmissible in society.”

Elías Ahuja said that he will take action against the students involved, offer a public apology and ensure that the student body attends mandatory gender equality classes.

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Álvaro Nieto, deputy director of the school, told a Spanish newspaper that the student who is believed to have instigated the act has already been expelled. He hinted that more expulsions would come.

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The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, also commented on the exhibition, saying that the country needed to send a “united and common message of rejection of these macho behaviors that are inexplicable, unjustifiable and absolutely disgusting.”

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“We do not give any excuse for these behaviors, they do not reflect the majority of Spanish society,” said Sánchez.

The Spanish outlet El Público reported that this is it’s not the first time that the students of Elías Ahuja have starred in such an event. He said that singing is treated as a tradition at the beginning of the school year. The outlet also alleged that students were filmed in the past singing songs while using Nazi salutes.

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Gender equality and anti-rape legislation has been at the center of the national conversation in Spain for several years.

In August, the Spanish government approved a long-awaited law, known as the “unica yes means yes” bill, which ensures that any sexual act that takes place without clear consent can now be prosecuted as rape. Prior to this law, for a crime to be considered rape, violence and coercion needed to occur.

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