Shocked words came from the tram pervert, I can't stop doing it. B.Ç., 2 years old, married and father of 38 children in KONYA, was detained on the allegation that he physically abused university student girls on buses and trams. B.Ç., who was found to have boarded more than 500 buses and trams in the last two months, said in his first statement to the police, “This job has become a disease for me. I do it constantly. I can't stop without doing it," he said.
2-year-old B.Ç., married and father of 38 children in KONYA, was detained on the buses and trams, especially for the alleged physical abuse of university student girls. B.Ç., who was found to have taken over 500 buses and trams in the last two months, said in his first statement to the police, “This business has become a disease for me. I do it all the time. "I can't stop without it." The teams affiliated to the Central Meram District Police Department started a study on the complaints of two girls who had come to the police station 10 days ago that they were 'sexually assaulted'. In line with the testimony of the students, the police determined the identity of the suspect and examined the tolls at the bus and tram stops and the security camera records around them. Eskale found that a suitable person used buses and trams frequently on the university route in the morning and evening hours when people are busy.
2 AYDA 500 BUS
Then the police, the suspect used the public transport hours, waiting at the stops, the suspect took the pursuit. B.Ç., who was a shoemaker, was taken into custody yesterday at the bus stop at Alaaddin Boulevard in Selçuklu District. The police found that B.Ç. used an 2 bus and tram over the last 500 a month, and received an unlimited ticket to use public transport.
BENDE HAS BEEN DISEASE
B.Ç., who has been alleged to have sexually harassed women for the past 1 year, said in his first statement: “This business has become a disease for me. I do it all the time. I can't stop without it. ” B.Ç. After the operations at the police, he will be sent to the courthouse.