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A music teacher has been find 12,000 pounds for giving young girls a French kiss more than 20 years ago.
The teacher Kai Jan, now aged 63, had claimed that the girl who made the initial complaint had made the whole story up, but when the story appeared in local papers another former student came forward to confirm that they had been given the same "reward" for good performances.
The two women now aged 28 and 29 had told the court what a disgusting feeling it was that the man had put his "fat tongue" in their mouths.
Prosecutor Markus Hoeffer said: "To his students he was like a cuddly bear, a teacher that was full of warmth to all of his pupils – but sadly to two of them he was rather more warm than he should have been."
The court rejected the allegations that the claims were made up and said that if the two young women had lied then their performances would have been worthy of "an Oscar".
Prosecutors had wanted a jail term but the court rejected the idea after numerous testimonies about the hard work and professional standards of the teacher at all other times.
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