It was 1:30 am on New Year’s Eve and Ms Wasnick was just getting home from work. On the way she saw someone suspicious so she simply moved aside to let them pass.
In Bengaluru, the new year’s eve wasn’t one of celebration. The city witnessed the new year with vindictive acts of molestation and justification. It was sad to see that prominent figures including the Chief Minister of the state made an attempt to justify these heinous acts.
Chaitali Wasnick opened up about her horrible experience and it’ll make your blood boil.
“WHAT HAPPENED WAS, HE JUST GROPED ME OUT OF NOWHERE. I DID NOT HAVE ANY IDEA THAT HE’LL DO THAT SO I WENT TOTALLY BLANK.”
After she regained her conscience she charged the molester but people were against any action because it was a New Years Eve and was supposed to be a jolly celebration.
If you honestly believe that such acts are an acceptable social conduct at a new year party, let me be very clear: IT’S NOT. What IS socially acceptable is to call such a person out at the same party and make him stop.