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Watch Video: How Two Nigerian Women Beat Up Indian Police Officer For Calling Them Pr0stitutes

 

  • Indian police arrested two Nigerian women for ass@ulting a cop and creating a chaos in Bengaluru, India.

 

According to report by the Times of India, the two women flogged the officer on Brigade Road after he tried to chase them away, saying it was too late at night for them to be roaming in the area.

However, according to the claim by the Nigerian women, the cops had accused them of ‘soliciting for customers during the night hours.’

The incident happened at 1.30am on Monday, August 29, 2022, when partygoers were getting ready to return home after eateries and pubs started downing shutters.

The police command said assistant sub-inspector “Venkataramana” and head constable “Nagaraj”, both posted to Cubbon Park station, were on night-patrol duty in a Hoysala vehicle.

The policemen reached Brigade Road around 1.30am and met four Nigerian women walking in an inebriated condition and causing a “nuisance” by abusing passersby. The officers then stopped their vehicle and told the women to leave the area.

From then, an argument broke out as two of the women lashed out at the cops, accusing them of being disrespectful to them.

Passersby, including autorickshaw drivers and food-delivery boys, gathered at the place and started video recording of the incident.

The Nigeria women alleged that the cops had accused them of soliciting and behaved rudely. As things got worse, the women begin to rain blows on the lathi-wielding constable and pushing him aside.

The cops informed Ashoknagar police station about the attack and additional personnel, including a woman sub-inspector, rushed to the spot. The two women were detained and taken to the police station.

They were later sent for a medical examination, which confirmed they were totally drunken as of the time the event happened.

Nagaraj was taken to Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital and treated as an outpatient.

DCP (central) R Srinivas Gowda said police initially registered a case against the two women under Karnataka Police Act for creating public nuisance and later charged them with obstructing cops from discharging their duty.

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