SWEDEN: A bunch of guys shouting in Arabic, grouped together and began to sexually assault a 13-year-old girl in central Nässjö. But even though there were adults around, no one intervened, says the girl to the local newspaper Vetlanda Posten.
When the newspaper talks with the 13-year-old girl, she wants to remain anonymous. She says that she has been at the central station in Nässjö with a friend who would take the bus.
When they were at the station waiting for the bus, a bunch of guys appeared and behaved in a way that girls experienced as unpleasant. And when her girlfriend was on the bus, a large gang of boys and men, aged between 15 and 20 years old began to sexually assault her in the center of Nässjö.
- I thought I could just pass them, cause they would not do anything. But then they started talking and shouting in Arabic, I'm almost sure it was. I was scared! I looked at them and shouted: go away, leave me alone!
But despite the fact that the girl was afraid, the guys grouped together so that she could not pass them. She tells the newspaper that they would not let her pass, how she tried to get away. Then they, among other things, grabbed her butt and touched her.
There were several adults in the vicinity, but even though the terrified girl cried and shouted for help, no one responded and helped her.
- I do not understand, if you see several guys with a little girl who is crying, and not to understand that something is wrong? she says to the newspaper.
Note, the article picture is from a similar incident on NYE in Germany.
Absolutely shocking public rape social experiment in Sweden
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