Mumbai Crime: Youth repeatedly slaps girl at Versova beach, Police takes note of incident; video surfaces

The video was posted by a Twitter user, wherein she mentioned Mumbai Police and appealed to them to help. After the tweet, Mumbai police replied to the girl that has informed the main control room about it.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Monday, January 02, 2023, 07:23 PM IST
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ON CAMERA: Boy assaults girl at Versova beach; Mumbai police reacts after Twitterati's mention in tweet | Screengrab

Mumbai: In a shocking incident from the metropolis, a youth was seen hitting a girl at Versova beach. 

The video was posted by a Twitter user, wherein she mentioned Mumbai Police and appealed them to help. After the tweet, Mumbai police replied to the girl that has informed the main control room about it. 

"@MumbaiPolice There is this guy at Versova Beach near the masjid hitting this girl and won’t even listen to people asking him to stop. Please look into this asap," read the tweet. 

In the video, one can see that the youth was hitting the girl at a motorocycle parking spot next to Versova beach. Versova is a posh neighbourhood in Mumbai.

It is shocking to note that the youth did not pay heed to people around and continued to assault the girl.

"Not sure why Twitter is deleting this video but Mumbai police you need to do something. This is at Versova beach, near the masjid. He’s been constantly hitting her," read her another tweet.

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