This is the woman who claims a train security guard blamed her clothing when she told him she was sexually abused by another passenger on board.
Picture Credits: AsiaWire/@xrybqby & AsiaWire
The incident occurred on a late-night train from the Indonesian capital Jakarta to the city of Surabaya when Twitter user ‘xrybqby’ says she was speaking to the man sitting next to her, named in reports as A.R.
The social media user says the man began squeezing her hand before starting to kiss and sniff it.
She says he then put her hand in his mouth, writing: “I was so scared I froze.”
The woman says she then pulled her hand away and pretended to fall asleep under a blanket.
However, she claims A.R. then began rubbing her arm and stomach before “guiding her hand” and “forcing it to rub his f*cking d*ck.”
She added: “I didn’t know what to do, I was scared if I opened my eyes he would do more.”
The female passenger says she eventually stopped the man and reported him to a security guard on the train.
She says he responded by claiming the incident was “normal” as the other passenger was “a man after all”.
The Twitter user claims the security guard added that she looked “like a karaoke girl, not a good girl”, saying: “Of course he dared (to touch you).”
A.R. can be seen speaking to train officials in the images.
After the post received over 22,000 retweets, the company who operate the train PT KAI, confirmed the incident had occurred.
A statement claimed the incident had been “amicable manner between victim and perpetrator”.
The victim wrote online that she had a scheduled meeting with PT KAI to discuss the incident further.
It is unclear if the police are investigating the case.