2 Indian men deported for molesting Taiwanese girl in China
Two Indian men, who were detained for over a week in China for allegedly molesting a Taiwanese tourist in a lift of a hotel here, were on Monday deported to India.
Beijing: Two Indian men, who were detained for over a week in China for allegedly molesting a Taiwanese tourist in a lift of a hotel here, were on Monday deported to India.
"They have left for home today," a senior official of the Indian Embassy said here.
The two men from Haryana, aged around 50 and 28, who were part of traders tour party of a top Indian tea firm, allegedly attempted to molest a 17-year-old Taiwanese tourist on July 7 in the lift after requesting her to pose for photos with them.
After the girl complained to the hotel authorities soon after the incident on July 7, police detained the two men for interrogation during which they initially denied any such attempt. But later admitted their disgraceful act when police showed them the footage of the CCTV camera in the lift, official sources said.
The girl, who rushed out of the lift and complained to the hotel authorities, had reportedly not pressed for charges against them.
The two were kept in a detention camp in the outskirts of the city and sent home today.