Elsewhere In The World: British Tourist In India Jumps Off A Balcony To Escape Sexual Attack From Hotel Owner!

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WTF is goin’ on in India?!

Tourist Jumps Off Balcony To Escape Sex Attacker In India

Via WashingtonPost

On a day when lawmakers discussed a new anti-rape law, a British tourist jumped off a balcony of her hotel room to escape being sexually assaulted by the hotel owner in Agra, the city of the Taj Mahal, police said Tuesday.

The tourist fractured her leg when she jumped from the second floor.

Subhash Chand Dubey, a senior police officer, told reporters in Agra that the owner knocked on her door at 4 a.m., offered her a massage and refused to leave, even after she declined. The hotel owner then tried to enter her room forcibly with a security guard, and the tourist jumped off the balcony to escape, Dubey said.

Dubey said the hotel owner has been arrested.

The incident comes three days after a Swiss woman was gang sex attacked when she was bicycling through central India with her husband.

Says Parliament member Pinaki Misra about his country’s f***kin’ problem:

“We are today facing an epidemic in this country. Let’s come to terms with that first,” said Pinaki Misra, a member of Parliament, as lawmakers discussed new anti-sex attack legislation that seeks to not only make punishment tougher, but also widen the definition of sexual violence to include stalking, voyeurism and acid attacks on women. “We are now called the sex attack capital of the world. What has happened to us?

“After the horrific incident of the 16th of December, after the nationwide condemnation, the criticism, the amount of self reflection and the amount of self abhorrence all of us undertook, it is my shameful admittance today that there have been an excess of 250 sex attacks reported, and many of them gang attacks,” Misra added.

Isht is mad real in India. Ladies, we advise that you plan a cultural excursion in another county.

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