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Miscreants mercilessly beat up foreign couple because they denied taking selfies with them

A Swiss couple- Quentin Jeremy Clerc (24) and his girlfriend Marie Droz (24) became a serious victim of a horrible incident in India as they were assaulted by a group of unidentified youths. It has been learnt that the locals badly wanted to take a selfie shot with Marie but her boyfriend wasn’t really interested to let them take one.

“They initially passed comments, which we didn’t understand, and then forced us to stop so they could take selfies with Marie,” said the boyfriend. “The boys wouldn’t stop walking along despite our protests. All the while they kept taking pictures and trying to get close to Marie. From whatever little we could understand, they were asking our names and the place where we had put up in Agra. They were harassing us.”

Credits: Times Of India

“They asked us to accompany them to someplace, which we refused. A little after stones and sticks began to rain on me. When Marie intervened, she, too, wasn’t spared. They hurled stones at both of us. I was hit on the back, shoulder, and hand. I still cannot understand why they attacked us. They didn’t take any of our valuables,” he continued.

As per the reports from TOI, Dr Rajendra Prasa -the neurosurgeon who treated the victims, said, “The boy had a skull fracture and blood clot in the brain. He was immediately admitted to the ICU. His hearing nerve on the right ear has been affected. Buy at Be Bewa The girl broke her left arm in the attack and was operated upon on Tuesday.”

The shocking incident has surely been bad for the tourists and it definitely raises many concerns about tourism in India.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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