Three Russian-speaking men attacked two young Ukrainian women at the Alexanderplatz subway station in central Berlin, Bild reported on Sunday. The perpetrators fled in an unknown direction.
Two young women with Ukraine were attacked in the subway on Saturday afternoon in central Berlin. The perpetrators were three men who fled the scene. Berlin services are conducting an investigation into bodily injury and insults, the Bild daily portal reported on Sunday.
The Ukrainian women, aged 24 and 25, traveled on Saturday around 2:30 p.m. by subway. Men traveling in the same carriage verbally abused women, Berlin police confirmed. According to witnesses, the men spoke Russian to each other and then repeatedly hurled Russian curses at the women.
The perpetrators followed the women out of the subway
The attackers left the subway behind the women at Alexanderplatz station in central Berlin. There, one of the men grabbed the 24-year-old by the hair and hit her on the head, injuring her.
“After the intervention of witnesses who asked the men to leave the women alone, the perpetrators fled in an unknown direction,” writes “Bild”.
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