Kasargod: Priest, native of Mangaluru, held for flashing at woman on train

Daijiworld Media Network - Kasaragod

Kasaragod, Dec 5: A priest, who is a native of Mangaluru, was taken into custody for flashing at a woman on a train. The Kasaragod Railway Police arrested Jesin on the other day.

This incident happened at Nileshwaram inside the Mangaluru-Chennai Egmore Express.

The priest was accused of flashing at the passengers inside the compartment of the train. A particular woman lodged a complaint against the priest resulting in his arrest.

Jesin was initially taken to the Kannur Police Station and he was later handed over to the Kasaragod Railway Police.




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