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Saudi records 3 cases of sexual harassment in 2 days

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May. 14, 19 | 8:49 am

Three cases of men sexually harassing women have been reported to authorities in 48 hours, according to the Saudi Press Agency.

Out of the three harassment cases, two were committed inside a supermarket which were captured by CCTVs while the other one happened near a café on the streets of Al Khobar.

Recently reported by The Filipino Times, the Khobar case involved a man and a young woman in which the victim recorded the incident and uploaded the video on social media. The video went viral and was seen by the Public Prosecution which prompted authorities to arrest the man.

Surveillance camera of a supermarket showed the Dammam incident wherein a man was seen grinding a girl in abaya. The girl appeared to be frightened and left the supermarket quickly.

Happened in Tabuk, the northwestern part of Saudi Arabia, the third case was also caught on a security footage which showed a man who inappropriately touched a young woman who was paying at the counter.

Video from News of Bahrain

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