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Woman molested on Metro train
    2017-August-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A WOMAN wrote in a Weibo post that she had been molested by a man in the priority carriage for women on a Metro Line 1 train Monday, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported yesterday.

According to the woman, her butt and thighs were touched by the man in the women-priority carriage on Metro Line 1, and the man followed her when she got off the train at the Chegongmiao Station and touched her again while she was taking the escalator.

The woman said she warned the man and yelled at him, but the man responded: “I just touched you and followed you, so what?”

The woman said she was alone and helpless when she confronted the man.

“There were other men and subway staff standing around me, staring at me while I condemned the man, but no one stepped forward to offer me some support,” she wrote in the post.

The woman took a picture of the man and posted it on Weibo.

“My friend said the man would be released from the police station even if I called the police, because I don’t have evidence to prove he molested me. I should have taken a video and recorded what the man said to me,” the woman wrote.

She suggested that other women take a video as evidence if they are in the same situation. She also called for other people to lend a hand to victims instead of turning a blind eye to what happens to them.

The Shenzhen Metro Group reposted the woman’s post on its official Weibo account.

“We hope all of our female passengers can raise their vigilance, and we strongly condemn such indecent behavior,” the company wrote on Weibo.

(Zhang Yang)

 

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