Bulacan is usually known as a peaceful and laidback kind of province. However, just like all areas, it has its own bunch of ill-intentioned and questionable types of people who are living within its community. One such man was beaten up by the local residents of Meycauayan, Bulacan after he attempted to r*pe a female minor.
According to GMA News Online, he received lots of beatings and kicks from the community once they heard the minor asking for help. When they reached her, she was shoeless and covered in mud. The authorities immediately surrendered the suspect to the police officials after they succeeded beating him up.
One Facebook user also shared two videos on his personal account which documented the suspect being sacked by the Bulacan residents. Due to its graphic nature and the exposure of the minor’s face, the netizen intentionally modified the settings of the video so that it may not be viewed immediately.
As of this writing, this post has gained 6,500 likes and reactions, 45,391 shares on other netizens’ respective timelines, and around 357 comments.
The source didn’t provide any details about the suspect’s identity. Meanwhile, here are more pictures taken from the netizen’s uploaded videos:
It was clear that the residents of Bulacan were angered by the immoral actions the man has done. Fortunately, the minor was spared before he fully assaulted her.
This is not the first time that the residents of Bulacan have encountered r*pists. Just this September 28, 2017, police officials of the province have arrested the most wanted criminal of Bulacan.
In an additional report from the Manila Bulletin, a man named Ebamar Tapanan Camporidondo was arrested in Barangay Sta. Ines, Bulacan. He was found guilty of numerous charges of r*pe.
Below are the videos about the r*pist being beaten by the local residents of Meycauayan:
WARNING: The videos below contain violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
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