|Tuesday, 09 October 2012 09:50|
SUBANG JAYA: A woman endured the longest four hours of her life when she was gang-raped by no less than 10 Myanmar men after being abducted at a bus stand on Saturday.
Harian Metro reported that her hellish ordeal began around 3pm on that day when she was waiting for a bus to go to her workplace at Puchong Perdana.
While at the bus stop, she was approached by two Myanmar men in a Proton Wira. Police sources claim that one of the men thrust a parang in her direction and forced her to sit in the back seat of the car.
"The victim, who was terrified and unable to fight back, was brought to a flat in the area. In the flat, there were an additional eight men waiting," said the source.
This was where her 'four hours in hell' began. The men then tied up her hands and feet, and when she could no longer struggle, the men then took turns raping her.
"They continued with their violent act despite her pleas for help," said the source.
It wasn't enough that they raped her, but some of the men even recorded the heinous scene on their cell phones.
"The men also threatened to kill her if she reported the matter to the police," the source claimed.
The victim was eventually released at 7pm. In her worn state, she managed to contact her friend, whom upon picking her up, promptly rushed her to the Puchong police station to lodge a report.
Meanwhile, Subang Jaya deputy police chief Superintendent Tan Ah Chua said based on the victim's report, police managed to arrest three suspects in Puchong Perdana on Sunday.
"The suspects, all Myanmar nationals aged between 20 to 30, have been remanded for a week. We are in the process of hunting down the remaining seven," he said when contacted yesterday.
The case is being investigated under Section 376 of the Penal Code for rape.