Hundreds took to the streets of Malmo in southern Sweden to protest after three teenage girls were brutally gang raped; and police told women to stay indoors.
The most recent incident involved a 17-year-old girl who was raped by an unknown number of assailants in a children’s playground in the early hours of Saturday.
The following day, Malmo police issued a warning to local women not to go outside alone at night, and to walk in pairs or use taxis.
The first rape took place on November 4, and saw a young woman raped by several assailants after a party in Segevång, north Malmo.
Just over a week later, a woman was attacked and raped by a number of men at a bus stop in Södervärn, central Malmo.
Saturday’s rape took place just a few streets away in Sofielund, and saw the 17-year-old attacked by a group of men in a playground.
‘This is a horrible, particularly severe crime with exceedingly brutal violence,’ Andy Roberts, head of area police in North Malmo told Helsinborg’s Dagblad…
/’It’s about common sense. We are not warning people not to be outside, but to think twice and maybe not walk alone late at night and instead go with others or take a taxi,’ said Anders Nilsson of Malmo police…
- GANG RAPES in SWEDEN Hundreds Protest After Police Told Women to Stay Inside Or Walk In Pairs