Passengers broke the leg of a pervert who raped an ex-police officer in a subway toilet

The offender tried to escape, but eyewitnesses detained him

A rapist, who abused the ex-police officer in the toilet of the Moscow metro, received a broken leg during his arrest. The bastard got caught by other passengers.

As it became known to “MK”, ​​36-year-old Alevtina (name has been changed) on the morning of June 5 was traveling from the station “Seligerskaya” to “Nagatinskaya”. In the underground passage between Trubnaya and Tsvetnoy Boulevard stations, she entered a toilet cubicle, even managed to touch up her makeup, and was about to leave. But as soon as the woman opened the door, an unknown person rushed inside. He hit Alevtina on the head and threatened to kill her if she screamed. Then the offender grabbed the unfortunate woman by the neck, threw her to the floor, began to beat her and abused her several times, including in a perverted form. The woman tried to make a noise, beat on the door, but this did not help. “My name is Serge, I am from Serbia, I live in the north of Moscow, this is the first time I’m doing this,” the rapist introduced himself. At some point, the door was unlocked, and male passers-by saw an ugly scene. They began to drag the villain away from the victim, but he managed to twist and escape. The rapist was caught up on the escalator. During his detention, he broke his leg.

The villain tried to justify his acquaintance with the victim – they allegedly corresponded for some time, and then decided to conduct a date in this way. However, the victim categorically denies this. According to some reports, the 28-year-old rapist had previously been detained on suspicion of a similar crime in the Moscow region. And his victim in the past worked as an interrogator in one of the capital’s internal affairs departments, was engaged in the investigation of minor crimes.

Published in the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” No. 28554 dated June 8, 2021

Newspaper headline:
Subway toilet rape ended in fracture

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