In Colombia, an employee records harassment from her boss and neighbors beat him: video

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The woman suffered harassment while working. Photo: Getty Images/Illustrative.

An employee had to resort to a hidden camera to prove the alleged acts of sexual harassment by his boss, a subject who was subsequently beaten by the community upon learning of the case.

Through social networks, the video that was recorded by the young employee was shared, while he was in what would be a warehouse of the establishment where she was doing her work.

“No, let me go! Now!”

At second 54, of the material of 2 minutes and 20 seconds, a subject appears with a black shirt and blue pants who immediately goes with the woman to touch her by the hip, as well as give her kisses.

Although the employee refuses and complains about his behavior, the man continues to touch her and even puts his hands on her breasts. “No, let me go! Now!”, says the employee, resorting to the fact that help her with the chores to put it aside.

Police intervene after beating suspect

In a second video, you can see Security elements arriving at where the suspect with facial injuries is located, while people gathered at the scene They ask that the recording made by the young employee be shown.

Regarding what happened, local media reported that the alleged act of harassment occurred in a restaurant located in the Historic Center of Cartagena, Colombia; and the man who committed the crime and the woman’s boss, was identified as Carlos Esquivel.

Inhabitants of the Getsemaní neighborhood are the ones who they would have beaten Carlos Esquivel after finding out what happened with the young woman, since it would not have been the first time.

For his part, Wilson Javier Parada González, Commander of the Cartagena Metropolitan Policepointed out that the authority already “accompanies through this woman’s advice to file the corresponding complaint, since there was no flagrante, since the video was recorded days before the events”.

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