Claims threatening female passenger on the subway in Bursa

The allegation of threatening the female passenger in the subway on the subway in Bursa proved to be unfounded: In Bursa, it was revealed that the arguments that were allegedly experienced between a man and a woman in 50 years were a perception operation. Contrary to the allegations of any application to the courthouse and the police units were not reported, while BURULAS General Manager Levent Fidansoy a group in Istanbul in order to enlarge the event, he said unfounded allegations.
In Bursa, it was revealed that the arguments that were allegedly experienced between a man in his 50 age and female passengers were the operation of perception. Contrary to the allegations of any application to the courthouse and the police units were not reported, while BURULAS General Manager Levent Fidansoy a group in Istanbul in order to enlarge the event, he said unfounded allegations.
In a subway station in Bursa, a man of the age of 50 had insulted the female passengers and he was attacked in Istanbul by recalling Ayşegül Terzi and he claimed that he used the expression 'You know what happened to the woman in shorts'. Allegations alleged by a website, a woman named DK after the events of the Bursa Chief Public Prosecutor's Office allegedly complained.
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However, the allegations turned out to be the operation of perception. Acting after the allegations, the BURULAŞ officials took a comprehensive look at the past records of all security cameras in the subway. However, neither the camera was reflected in the security officials did not have any complaints. Levent Fidansoy, General Manager of BURULAŞ said, emniyet There is no information on this subject about the passenger complaint, the identification of our friends or the application for safety. This event is the perception of 90. We think that a woman who was in Istanbul in shorts for a while ago was exposed to violence was a game of those who wanted to enlarge the event. İstanbul
Police officials said they heard about the news from the media, and then they made studies for the past, but unfortunately they did not come to the court and the police units.

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