Shocking moment a Mexican man tried to bundle his ‘ex-lover’ in to his car boot before hero passers-by come to the rescue
FROM: Daily Mail
This is the moment a Mexican man tried to bundle his ‘ex-lover’ in to the boot of his car before hero passers-by come to the rescue.
Two men are seen in the grim footage slamming the boot down on a woman’s body over and over again.
Local media have named the victim’s former boyfriend Francisco Javier Laurencio as one of the figures in the video.
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The woman, seen in a red dress and black jacket, is brutally manhandled by the two men, one dressed in black and the other in white.
The footage of the gruesome assault was filmed on December 16 outside of El Viejon, a bar in the city of Queretaro in central Mexico.
When she is seen to resist the men become enraged and more violent, slamming the car boot door down on to the woman’s legs and body.
The women is seen in clear distress, screaming for help.
But luckily, one heroic passer-by, dressed all in black, comes to the woman’s rescue pulling her from the boot and from the clutches of her violent ‘ex-love’.
She was left with serious bruises, cuts and scratches across her face, arms and legs. However, so far the incident has not been reported to police nor have local authorities commented
Several other witnesses from inside and outside the bar were are attracted to the scene by the commotion.
Many of them are seen filming the incident. The grim footage shows one passer-by approach the Volkswagen Jett which allegedly belongs to Laurencio.
The mystery man’s presence appears to scare the two attackers who quickly get into the vehicle and drive off.
More have-a-go heroes gather around the car to film the incident on their phones and shout abuse at the attackers.
The poor young woman suffered multiple cuts and serious bruises to her head and legs.
Blotchy patches spread across her jaw, on her arms, elbows and thighs.
However, the woman has not reported the incident to the police nor has there been an official response from local Mexican authorities.