A man raped a woman on a busy road in broad daylight in Vizag in Andhra Pradesh and passersby just passed by, without even stopping to help her.
No one intervened and an auto-driver who reportedly was aghast by what he saw and "did not know how to respond", made a video of the assault and reported it to the police, leading to the arrest. The video clearly shows the man forcing himself on the woman in full public view.The accused has been identified as a rowdy sheeter Ganji Siva. He has been sent to two weeks judicial remand.
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The incident happened near Railway Station on Srinivasa Kalyanamandapam road, on Sunday, at around 2 p.m. The woman has been admitted to a city hospital where she is being treated. Many captured the incident on their mobile phones.The incident has gone viral on social media.
Passers-by did not bother to stop him even as the woman was too weak to even scream. Police, after getting the evidence, has arrested the culprit and has informed the victim's family.
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The video shows the man in his twenties, wearing a blue shirt, raping the hapless woman behind a tree on the roadside. What was even more shocking is that while the auto-rickshaw driver was shooting the video, he did not pause to help the woman or apprehend the rapist. He was later traced and nabbed with the help of clues given by the locals.
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