In Kalmar, a group of newly arrived asylum seekers chose to celebrate New Year's Eve in Sweden by sexually molesting young Swedish women, the local newspaper 24 Kalmar reports.
The gang, made up of newly arrived asylum seeking men in the age of 25-30 went to Larmtorget in central Kalmar where they started to surround young Swedish girls and began groping them.
The Kalmar police tells what happened:
- The men formed a ring around the young girls who felt very repressed. They began to grope the girls, and did not stop even though the girls repeatedly told them to. The men did not understand Swedish or English. We have no suspects at this time, but there are surveillance cameras that we will check.
Among others, two 17-year-old girls were among those who were surrounded and groped by the gang.
After having exhausted the possibilities outside, the gang took to a nearby discothèque where they continued to sexually molest young Swedish women.
A security guard at the place noticed what took place and called the police. The guard also tried to kick out a person who became very angry when he was not allowed to continue the groping inside the premises.
The Kalmar police say:
- He groped two girls inside on the dance floor at the nightclub Manana. The police apprehended him and he was questioned on the spot.
It is not clear from the police report which asylum accommodation the man came from or what nationality he has.
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