Mumbai: Youth who harassed girl on social media, stripped, thrashed

11 Apr 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
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A youth from Bhayander was stripped and hit by four youngsters for allegedly harassing a 14-year-old girl on Instagram.

The girl's brother was also a part of the youngsters; three of them were arrested.

The brother along with his three friends took Ashutosh Singh (the youth) to an isolated place, stripped him and beat him all day.

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