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Kundapur: Man thrashed for habitual indecent behaviour with women


Silvester D'Souza

Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (SP)

Kundapur, Aug 8: A man, who had the habit of standing by the side of the road, removing his clothes and exhibiting his body whenever women came that way since sometime, was nabbed, tied up, and beaten up by the general public in the town. The incident happened on the evening of Tuesday August 8 at LIC Road here. The accused in this case happens to be the son of a well-known non-vegetarian hotel owner here and a local resident.

It is said that the said youth had, since sometime, been waiting by different roads in the town. He was in the habit of suddenly unzipping his trousers when women road users are seen, and behave in an obscene way. On Monday he repeated his vulgar ways and a few offended women went home and narrated this incident to their family members, it is learnt. Angered by his behaviour, many locals came together, tied the accused up, and mauled him on Tuesday.

The accused, who arrived at a spot in his scooty with a raincoat on, was mobbed by local women who did not allow him to move. Then he was tied up to an electric pole and attacked with plastic wires. Police personnel of the town station who reached the spot after coming to know of the incident, took the man into custody. Family members of the young man then came to the police station and told the police that the youth is mentally ill. It also transpired that he is married and has children.

Many have been questioning the attitude of the people who took law into their hands and resorted to moral policing, as police have to be approached in case of any unlawful acts. At the same time, no case was registered in the police station. This also has given rise to suspicions among the people.

 

 


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  • SMR, Karkala

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    This indecent behaviour of the youth is completely unacceptable. But at the same time I condemn the public taking law in to their own hands. The public action is too close to 'lynching'.

    The citizens should have faith in law enforcement department. If the public new he is repeated offender should have informed the law enforcement officers and they should have increase the patrol in plain cloth or under cover lady officer.

    There is something wrong in his parenting. Need rehabilitation.
    Jai hind

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Amerna hotel da darmada unasu tindu tindu umber charbi yerdundu.
    Looks Dhoni but character like nityananda.?

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  • Chandu, Karkala

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    "Family members of the young man then came to the police station and told the police that the youth is mentally ill."
    How come a mentally ill person rides a Scooter on public roads and how he has been issued with a driving licence, if he has one.
    What if he knocks down some one on the road.....especially any lady since he is after ladies walking on the streets.
    Can't understand who is talking truth here.....!!! sab golmal....!!!!

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  • Allen, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Actually this kind of minor beating us not enough for this lunatic! Anyways something is better than nothing !!

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India.

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    He is mentally ill and those women, who has seen him acting abnormally should have called police and police could have taken action immediately by either calling parents and advising parents for the medical care.

    Unfortunately our crowd beats the soft target or mentally ill person but do not act to real goondas or immoral goondas.

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  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    IF HE IS ILL....ADMIT HIM TO A MENTAL HOSPITAL OR KEEP HIM AT HOME...….
    ON THE ROAD???
    AND HIS ILLNESS ONLY COMES WHEN HE SEES WOMEN.....WHY NOT MEN????
    FIRST ARREST HIS PARENTS FOR ALLOWING HIM TO COME IN PUBLIC...….
    WHY ALL THIS HAPPENS WHERE EVER BJP IS ELECTED..????

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  • JNB, Mangalore_mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    *BJP believes in Freedom of movement !
    Chaddiless?

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  • Cynthia, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Yes exactly... Why he is not doing such activities at home? He dressed up neatly, stylish hair cut...alongwith him his family should have been arrested. When public gathered excuses are ready on the tip of the tongue.
    He misbehaved with ladies in turn ladies only taught him a lesson.

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  • JNB, Mangalore_mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Men are not allowed wear sleeveless ?

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  • Allen, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Men are allowed to wear sleeveless also zipless. For women it is a crime😉

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Very Embarrassing for our Blind Bhakts ...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    His family can never show their faces again ...

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  • Michael, Mulky/San Fransisco

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    This guy who said "it would have ended up in lynching in BJP ruled states" is living up to his name here. He can not think more than this. "Dimag me bhi gas bhara hua hain".

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  • pooki, mangaluru

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    If this incident would have taken place in any BJP ruled state, then it would have surely ended in lynching as people in those states are used to it.

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  • Sudhakar, Kallianpur

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Better to lynch these types of culprits than keep them alive. They are cancer to the society.

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  • pooki, mangaluru

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    this shows your menatlity. You also belong to the same brigade I believe.

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  • Desmond Nazareth, mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    The first question posed is always the same ....like the old old stories......." why did you take law into your own hands " ....." you should call the police "

    the first one is something much softer that happened compared to what happens in the north .....you wont live and there wont be any arrests

    second calling the police is like grandmother saying "if you don't drink your milk the boogie man will come"

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  • Peter, Bangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Mob lynching just missed

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    This man should be not be allowed to mix up in Society ...

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  • Cynthia, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    When house people know this kind of behaviour of his, he should have been treated.. Not to keep quiet. When he has been thrashed by the public they woke up.. Why didn't they before?

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  • Haneef, West Africa

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    They’re just waiting for your advice. But you don’t Goto Kundapur.

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  • Eric C, Mangalore/Amsterdam

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Let medical experts decide if he needs medical treatment or treatment from the law of the land. But, behavior of the sane and educated people is questionable. This incident only proves that mob lynching is in the DNA of the people. Had he done little more that what he has, he would have probably been lynched. Luckily no one has blamed Modi yet.

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  • BDS, Udupi

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    People have done the right thing for habitual offender, otherwise the family member should have got him treated or kept at home.

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  • Vineet M, MANGALORE

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    This flashing must be a disease/psychological problem. The person should have been sent for treatment for correcting his behaviour. I recollect similar behaviour of a Mangalorean origin person in the UK who was a repeat offender. Gave crazy excuses for his behaviour. So this can be dangerous if not contained.

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