Moment Passing Male Cyclist Grabs Shocked Womans Bottom As She Pushes Child Down Street - ViralTab

Moment Passing Male Cyclist Grabs Shocked Womans Bottom As She Pushes Child Down Street

This is the moment a passing male cyclist sexually assaults a shocked woman pushing a child down a street in a pushchair by grabbing her bottom.

The incident took place in the city of Tultitlan, which is located in the State of Mexico in south-central Mexico. The footage was shared on social media.

Local media report that this type of incident occurs daily in Mexico, with women subjected to harassment and gender violence on a regular basis being a sad reality.

A man on a bicycle sexually assaults a woman with her child on the streets of Tultitlan, Mexico, i January, 2022. (Newsflash)

The footage begins by showing the woman, who has not been named, pushing an unnamed child in a pushchair down the street.

Suddenly, a male cyclist appears to the left, directly behind the woman. He cycles past her, but as he draws near, he can be seen placing his right hand on her bottom and squeezing.

The young woman jumps in shock and wheels round. But the cyclist is already well on his way down the street.

A man on a bicycle sexually assaults a woman with her child on the streets of Tultitlan, Mexico, i January, 2022. (Newsflash)

The woman can be seen standing in shock, gazing after the cyclist while holding her bottom with her left hand.

She then carries on pushing the pushchair out of shot as the footage ends.

It is currently unclear if the woman filed a complaint with the police and if the suspect has been arrested.

A man on a bicycle sexually assaults a woman with her child on the streets of Tultitlan, Mexico, i January, 2022. (Newsflash)

Mexican newspapers report that one in four Mexican women has been the victim of at least one type of personal harassment or sexual violence.

At least 5.6 million women out of the 22.7 million women over the age of 18 in Mexico faced some type of personal harassment or sexual violence in public during the second quarter of 2021, according to the National Urban Public Security Survey (ENSU).