Spanish singer Miguel Bosé says 10 armed assailants burst into his home in Mexico Metropolis and tied him, his two youngsters and family workers for 2 hours whereas they ransacked the premises
MEXICO CITY — Spanish pop star Miguel Bosé stated Monday 10 armed assailants burst into his home in Mexico Metropolis and tied him up, his two youngsters and family workers for greater than two hours whereas they ransacked the premises.
Bosé wrote in his Instagram account that he and his youngsters are okay following the Friday home-invasion theft. However he described the ordeal as “very tense, uneasy, and ugly.” Bosé stated the assailants took his automotive and different possessions earlier than leaving.
He added that he was not considering of leaving Mexico due to the crime.
Neither metropolis police nor prosecutors instantly responded to requests Monday for touch upon the report.
It was considered one of two violent occasions in Mexico Metropolis involving foreigners over the weekend.
On Saturday, thieves on a motorbike shot to dying a person from India on an expressway, apparently to steal $10,000 he had modified at a cash alternate on the Mexico Metropolis worldwide airport.
The Embassy of India stated in an announcement that “within the extraordinarily regrettable and tragic dying of an Indian nationwide,” it’s in contact with Mexico’s regulation enforcement businesses, hoping the culprits can be apprehended quickly and provides justice to the sufferer’s household.